NJ Transit

NJ Transit’s Board of Commissioners recently announced plans for a proposed 15% fare hike to take effect on July 1st.  Last July the agency announced a preliminary FY2025 budget containing a deficit of $119 million.

As a result, NJ Transit, much to the dismay of riders and numerous elected officials, announced plans for the fare increase.

A series of ten public hearings will take place next month on the proposal, with one of the hearings scheduled to be held in Hudson County.  On Friday, March 8th a public hearing will take place in Secaucus at the Frank R. Lautenberg Station between 10 a.m and 12 noon.

You can read more on NJ Transit’s proposed far increase on their website.