There will be more cars on NJ Transit trains to ease overcrowding on busy train lines, Gov. Phil Murphy promised at an NJ Transit meeting Wednesday.
And help is also coming for bus riders, he added.
The number of trains without enough cars has gone down from 46 to six, said Kevin Corbett, NJ Transit executive director. A short-term strategy was announced on Feb. 15 by Murphy, Corbett and Acting Transportation Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti.
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