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Uber Battle Spreads To Elizabeth

Just last week Newark Mayor Ras Baraka struck a deal with ridesharing company Uber when the company agreed to pay $10 million over a 10 year period in order to allow their drivers continued operation at Newark Airport and other transit hubs in the Brick City. 593 more words

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30 Hours of Travel

Our trip started the minute we woke up. We tossed our bags on our backs and headed straight for Roslyn train station to catch the 6:19am train to Penn Station. 883 more words

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Newark mayor provides details on city's deal with Uber

NEWARK, N.J. — Newark’s mayor has released details on the tentative agreement he’s reached with ride-hailing company Uber to operate in New Jersey’s largest city. 104 more words

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Terminal At Newark Airport Evacuated Twice Due To Fire

Smoke could be seen pouring out of Terminal B after the fire started around 1:15 a.m. in the ceiling of a boiler room.

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Headaches For Travelers After Fire Prompts Evacuation Of Newark Airport Terminal Twice

NEWARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — An early morning fire that forced a terminal at Newark Liberty Airport to be evacuated twice is causing travel headaches for passengers on Monday. 258 more words

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Airport workers set to strike at Newark, JFK over higher pay, security concerns

NEWARK, N.J. — Workers are scheduled to go on strike at Newark and JFK airports Wednesday night to raise safety and security concerns following the Brussels terror attacks. 218 more words

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Newark Passengers Growing Tired Of 'Outrageous' Security Lines

NEWARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork)– Every air traveler is familiar with that sinking feeling you get when facing painfully long security lines.

That was the case at Newark Liberty International Airport Friday morning as a maddening shuffle made its way toward the TSA checkpoint at Terminal C, the line snaking down halls and up stairs, far out of sight of the security area, leaving hundreds wondering if they’d even make their flights. 225 more words

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