New Jersey Transit, the regional rail service that provides the transportation of the Nets and Nets Jersey, is celebrating the new jersey season with an official announcement.
The new jersey rollout, which began Monday, includes four new stations and four new routes on the Long Island Rail Road, including the New Jersey Turnpike in Essex, the Long Beach Eastport, East Orange, West Orange and West Farmingdale.
The service, which has been operating since 1997, now includes nearly 8,000 employees, more than 60,000 passengers and more than $7 billion in revenue.
The service has expanded since its inception, with about 2,000 riders and about 2.6 million trips annually.
“The first time you get your first ride, it feels really good,” said Kristin Skelton, a transit expert and president of the Transit Council of New York.
“You can feel the excitement, you can feel how much the system has grown.”
The new stations include the station at the New York-New Jersey Turn pike in East Orange that opened in December, the New Brunswick Eastpoint in West Orange, the West Farmingfield Station in Farmingdale, the Jersey City Eastpoint, the Bergen County Eastpoint and the New London Westpoint.
The other new stations are in Manhattan and Brooklyn, as well as in Jersey City, Long Beach, Jersey City-Manhattan and Jersey City.
In addition to the new Jersey Transit stations, the service will expand to provide service to more than 600 destinations in the New England region, including Boston, Providence, New York City, Boston-New Bedford, New Haven-Bridgewater, New Brunswick, Bergen, New London and Trenton.
For more than 10 years, the subway system has offered a uniform transit system that offers a uniform fare and service.
New Jersey’s new system offers more flexibility, allowing passengers to pay a different fare depending on where they travel and the type of trip.
The transit system has expanded in recent years, but New Jersey still has one of the nation’s worst public transit systems.
It has been plagued by overcrowding, poor customer service and delays caused by slow-moving trains.
The first Jersey Transit bus in Brooklyn, the Blue Line, began service in July.
The Brooklyn-Queens subway, which also has an elevated train, is scheduled to open in 2018.