NJ Transit Set To Cut Passenger Capacity In Half
Many people have been forced to work from home because of the coronavirus but there are still many essential workers that still have to go to their actual workplace. FOX29.com recently reported that the NJ Transit has cut their capacity in half to help flatten the curve on the virus.
According to FOX29.com, the passenger capacity-cut will start on Monday at 8 pm. It also mentioned that it will only allow 50% of its capacity to be used on all trains, buses, light-rail vehicles, and para-transit vehicles. Governor Murphy also asked all transit companies to give their employees the proper equipment to protect themselves from the virus.
To protect every commuter and essential workers it has also been asked that every passenger to wear a mask. A FOX 29 reporter mentioned that it doesn't have to be a medical mask just a mask that will protect you and everyone around you.
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