Murphy campaigns while NJ Transit continues to spiral

TRENTON, N.J. — Fresh back from an overseas adventure to Europe, Governor Phil Murphy is in the middle a 21-county tour to boost Democrat candidates ahead of the November 6th midterm elections.

Meanwhile, NJ Transit continued to spiral out of control on Friday morning, and New Jersey’s commuters are understandably furious:


Among those questioning Murphy’s priorities is New Jersey media veteran Dianne Doctor, vice president and station manager of WWOR TV:


It’s still not clear what steps to fix the broken transportation network will be taken after an expense audit report was unveiled earlier this month.

“It’s time to turn the page on New Jersey Transit and finally create an agency that is first and foremost focused on customer service,” opined Assemblyman Chris DePhillips (R-Bergen) after the audit’s release. “It is time to run the agency like a private business. Like every business in our state, the agency must learn to do more with less, while still delivering excellent customer service. Failure is not an option.”