Reporter says NJTransit didn’t follow own plan to protect equipment during Sandy

    The Bergen Record’s Karen Rouse discusses why trains were moved to low-lying areas before the arrival of Superstorm Sandy. Rouse said it’s clear that in many cases the state didn’t follow its own plans for protecting trains during a major storm. In all, more than 300 pieces of rolling stock were damaged.

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