A conductor must now move to the driving cab of the train with the engineer to serve as a second set of eyes and ears during the last segment of trips into the terminal, where a fatal crash occurred.
Sarah Blustain arrived at the Hoboken Terminal at 8:47 this morning, just two minutes after New Jersey Transit train 1614 on the Pascack Valley Line jumped a rail bumper and crashed through the terminal wall. The ceiling of the term...
A train crashed into the terminal of the New Jersey Transit Hoboken station Thursday morning, according to passengers.
The engineer, Thomas Gallagher, also told investigators that the train was traveling about 10 miles an hour when it entered Hoboken Terminal, contradicting initial reports that it was moving faster.
Commuters who've complained about overcrowded trains on Bergen County rail lines, which were displaced from the Hoboken Terminal after last week's train crash, are getting relief from NJ Transit.