Sandy’s Lessons Guide $1.2B NJ Transit Projects, Chief Says

Law360, New York (April 03, 2013, 6:35 PM ET) -- New Jersey Transit is applying the lessons it learned from Superstorm Sandy as it moves forward with $1.2 billion in projects to protect its rail system in the future, the head of the public transportation corporation told state lawmakers Wednesday.

NJ Transit shouldered criticism for moving rail equipment to the Meadows Maintenance Complex in Kearny — its main site for the inspection and repair of rail cars — and the Hoboken rail yards before the hurricane struck. Both areas suffered flooding during the storm, which contributed...
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