Much like New Jersey Transit apparently did after the Super Bowl, I’m taking tonight off due to hosting duties. I’ll be back in the morning with a post on the potential fare hikes that may await us in the event the MTA cannot realize its dreams of net-zero wage increase. It ain’t pretty.
Meanwhile, mull on the fact that at nearly 1 a.m., there are still football fans trying to get a New Jersey Transit train from the Meadowlands to Seacuacus. The last trains of the night to various areas are leaving soon, and the so-called mass transit Super Bowl has highlighted the limitations of the areas transit network. This is embarrassing and should be a wake-up call. It probably won’t be though.