NJTNew Jersey Turnpike
NJTNational Jewish Television (TV channel; est. 1979)
NJTNet Joint Torque (biomechanics)
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As he was unwilling to undergo repeat NJT or nasogastric tube insertion he was commenced on short-term parenteral nutrition until adequate oral feeding could be established.
In 1994 when I first joined the company here in New Jersey, and did our first bus purchase under the leadership that now exists, our product of choice for that transit application was ZF," said Maureen Milan, vice president and general manger of Bus & Light Rail operations at NJT.
Although NJT is not obligated to improve elements of the train station environment that are not under its direct control (i.
NJT is in the midst of a six-year plan: By 1993, all of the state's transportation sources will become accessible.
By dedicating Allvision's substantial resources to the efficient management of NJT's large outdoor advertising inventory, NJT professionals are then guided to the key decisions concerning the optimium utilization of these assets.
The NJT is the largest junior event in the world for U12 and U14 players.
New Jersey Transit (NJT)--Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, Special Recognition for Infrastructure: The NJT Hudson-Bergen Light Rail is one of the largest public works projects ever built in New Jersey and connects the cities of Bayonne, Jersey City, Hoboken, Weehawken, Union City and North Bergen.
The property is located near the border of South Orange and one block from Orange Park, a mile and a half from Seton Hall University, within three miles of three area hospitals, and 15 miles from Midtown Manhattan (with an NJT station under one mile away providing direct rail access to New York's Penn Station in approximately 35 minutes).
Menendez called for a greater commitment by federal and state partners to complete installation of PTC on commuter rail lines, and earlier this year, he helped secure a $10 million federal grant to assist NJT advance its implementation of PTC, after he and Sen.
The company will be consolidated with Northlight, with NJT subscribers being offered the opportunity to join Northlight's 1996-97 season.
For the first six months of operation, NJT expects 2,700 customers will pass through the Secaucus station alone each Saturday and Sunday and 7,500 each weekday.