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Feds provide funding for NJ Transit bus upgrades
NEWARK, N.J. -- NJ Transit is getting a boost from the federal government to upgrade and expand its bus service in New Jersey.
About $46 million will go to replace aging NJ Transit buses with newer, more fuel-efficient models.
Another $27 million will go toward putting hybrid buses on the road between southern New Jersey and New York City.
And $2.6 million is earmarked for expanded bus service between Camden and Philadelphia.
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