New Jersey – Rail workers of the NJ Transit are still in negotiations with Gov. Christie. A deal must be reached by 12:01 am Sunday, March 13th. As the deadline looms NJ transportation agencies throughout the region are working quickly to design a plan that would keep over 100,000 commuters traveling into Manhattan. According to sources, the plans will only provide transportation for 40,000 commuters – through the use of PATH trains, ferries, light rail, private buses, and additional NJ Transit buses — leaving 65,000 commuters seeking alternative ways of either telecommuting or driving. Richard Hammer, NJ’s acting commissioner of transportation stated, “It is important to understand that a work stoppage will not just impact rail commuters, should a rail strike occur, it will affect all of us.” Transportation agencies recommend commuters stay informed on agency websites and the traffic website 511.org.

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