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NJ Transit to vote on budget that keeps fares flat

Local News | Jul 09, 2014

NJ Transit to vote on budget that keeps fares flat

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Transit is expected to approve a budget that includes no fare hikes for the fifth consecutive year.

The agency’s board of directors is scheduled to meet Wednesday morning in Newark. It will vote on a $2 billion operating budget that includes no fare hikes, and a $1.2 billion capital program that includes $180 million for infrastructure improvements.

Fares last rose by up to 25 percent on some rail and bus lines in 2010.

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