N.J. Transit Trains Break Down at Rate Four Times U.S. AverageBy
Mechanical failures most since 2010 as riders pay higher fares
Christie continues budget shift to cover day-to-day expenses
New Jersey Transit commuter trains failed four times more than the U.S. average in 2014, as Governor Chris Christie continued diverting equipment funding to cover day-to-day expenses.
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