UPDATE: NJ Transit’s New Policy Following Train Crash

UPDATE: NJ Transit’s New Policy Following Train Crash

 Date Obtained: 10/06/2016  Website: wsj.com  Credit: Chris O.

Date Obtained: 10/06/2016

Website: wsj.com

Credit: Chris O.

Remember the NJ transit crash (which you can find here)? 

NJ Transit has issued a new policy for conductors following the accident on September 29th. The new rule will require conductors to ride with the engineers at front of the train as they pull into the Hoboken and Atlantic City stations. This will ensure that the conductor, who is responsible for the routes, passengers and crew, will be with the engineer who operates the controls. The new policy will be implemented soon, according to a NJ Transit spokeswoman. The cause of the crash is still unknown and the engineer has stated in an interview that he does not remember the incident.

For more information on the policy and crash click here.

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