Advocacy and Action for NJ Transit riders

NOTE: Clever Commute is not affiliated with NJ-ARP. We are sharing this info as a service to our customers. 

Oftentimes, people look to Clever Commute to do something about the conditions on their transit providers. However, we simply don’t have the resources to do more. Even if we did, it’s not immediately clear that this is where we are uniquely qualified.

However, if you ride NJ Transit, you should know about the New Jersey Association of Railroad Passengers – NJ-ARP.

NJ-ARP is the leading rail passenger organization in New Jersey and a not-for-profit corporation established in 1980 by concerned New Jersey residents who wanted a greater voice in deciding their transit future.

In Summer of 2015, they published A Plea to Americans who ask “Why Should I Care about Hudson River Rail Tunnels Between NJ and NY?” 

It’s a good read…with a call-to-action to make changes.  So, if you are looking to do something…then one idea is to start by learning about the NJ-ARP.


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