The empty triangular lot tucked into a busy section of downtown Jersey City is undergoing the first stages of redevelopment. At the moment, it isn’t much to look at. But for PATH, it’s a powerhouse of a project.
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NYMTA Transit Tech Lab Releases Results of Operational Efficiency, Human Capital Utilization Challenges
The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority/Partnership for NYC Transit Tech Lab on May 9 reported the results of its Operational Efficiency and Human Capital Utilization challenges, in which 15 companies have been selected to collaborate with regional transit agencies and test technologies, such as AI (artificial intelligence), LiDAR and edge computing, to “mitigate service disruptions, automate operations and combat workforce shortages.”
The departments of transportation in Minnesota (MnDOT) and New Jersey (NJDOT) are investing $6.95 million and $27.8 million, respectively, in projects that will improve freight rail infrastructure.
Following a month-long public comment period, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Board of Commissioners approved the agency’s $7.9 billion 2022 budget. The 2022 budget consists of $3.4 billion for operating expenses, $2.7 billion for annual capital spending, and $1.8 billion for debt service and deferred expenses.
The funding hole for the Hudson Tunnel Project appears to be much deeper than the tube itself, and there are no signs of it hitting rock bottom. The main highlight of the
Clarelle DeGraffe is the new director of rail transit and general manager of Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corp. (PATH), effective March 25, following a promotion from officials at the Port Authority of New
Louis J. Gambaccini, the founding Chairman of the Board of Directors of New Jersey Transit, died at his home in Skillman, N.J., Sunday, Aug. 19. He was 87 years old.
Michael Marino, director of rail transit and general manager of PATH, will retire in January 2019 and efforts have begun by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) to