New Jersey Transit is planning to conduct a sweeping safety review of its rail operations.
The agency has hired an outside consultant and is forming a 17-member committee that will be made up of employees at all levels to take a hard look at maintenance procedures, work practices, equipment and its “overall safety culture,” NJ Transit spokeswoman Nancy Snyder said.
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