(Reuters) - Federal agencies are trying to secure about 350 buses to augment commuting services from New Jersey, which has been particularly hard hit by suburban rail network outages in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy, a Federal Transit Administration spokesman said on Monday.
The FTA is working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the U.S. General Services Administration to provide the buses to supplement routes that have been overwhelmed by commuters who ordinarily ride NJ Transit and PATH trains from the New Jersey suburbs to New York, the spokesman said.
(Reporting by Janet Roberts; Editing by Will Dunham)
Daniel J. Mitchell - Great Moments in Socialism
Naming Names: A More Precise Look at Why The Republican Party is Dying | RedState
Illinois Police Officer Gunned Down After Deploying Pepper Spray - Bearing Arms - Crime, Illinois, Police
The fetus 'just fell out': Ninth Planned Parenthood video describes 'icky smell' of babies killed by drugs
Showdown in Jackson Hole: The Fed Challenged on its Own Turf in Wyoming by Group Likely to Finally Start Dismantling It | Human Events
Katie Pavlich - WATCH: Sheriff David Clarke Takes on Cop Killer Advocate on CNN
The Federalist: Smoking guns in latest Hillary e-mail release? Update: Another? - Hot Air