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NJT One-Seat Ride


One-Seat Ride for Raritan Valley Rail Commuters Would Mean No More Changing Trains in Newark

COMMUTERS: A rush hour commute that doesn't require changing trains in Newark is a powerful incentive to attract residents to towns served by the one-seat ride. It cuts down on the stress of the daily, hour-plus trip to New York that is a way of life for thousands of New Jerseyans, thus contributing to better productivity.

NON-COMMUTERS: At least one study shows property values increased after one-seat train rides became available on the Morris-Essex Line. Another report by the non-profit Tri-State Transporation Campaign predicts increases of property values of 7% in the first year of one-seat rides. Commuters and non-commuters in all municipalities along the Raritan Valley line deserve a one-seat ride!



Streetlight Outages

From PSE&G: Is there a streetlight or gas lamp out in your neighborhood? If you are a PSE&G customer, please fill out the form below or call 1-800-436-PSEG (7734) with the location of the street light or gas lamp, the nearest cross street and the pole number (if applicable) - usually located on a metal strip attached to the pole. If you are not a PSE&G customer, please contact the utility that provides your electric and/or gas service.

Report a broken streetlight online or by phone.

800-436-PSEG (7734)

Broken Streetlight Form



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