Kim Guadagno Rides NJ Transit, Releases Transportation and Transit Plan

On the first day of summer repairs to train lines to New York, Kim Guadagno rode the train from Summit to New York City and released her plan to fix transportation and transit in New Jersey.

"I rode the train this morning to see first hand the effect summer repair work is having on commuters," said Kim Guadagno. "I believe commuters must be treated with respect, and as governor, I will take politics out of transportation and focus on improving efficiency, quality and customer service. Only then will we be able to create the transportation and transit system New Jersey deserves."

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Guadagno added, "New Jersey must be more proactive rather than reactive when it comes to planning and funding needed infrastructure projects and repairs. As governor, I will stand up for New Jersey and ensure our state gets its fair share of transportation dollars from Washington and the Port Authority so we can implement long-term plans to improve our infrastructure."

At 7:37 this morning, Guadagno rode the Morris and Essex line from Summit to Hoboken, where she transferred to the PATH train, riding it to the 33rd street station. As a former prosecutor, Kim Guadagno rode the train from Little Silver to Newark every day to commute to work. 

You can read more about Kim's plan to fix transportation and transit here.