Murphy pitches plan to fix NJ Transit that could include new tax

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TRENTON — Phil Murphy, the Democratic front-runner for New Jersey governor, on Thursday unveiled his plan to overhaul problem-plagued NJ Transit — and he didn’t rule out instituting a new tax to help fund the agency that runs the state’s bus and rail system. Murphy said the plan — which he called a “multi-hundred-million-dollar proposal” –…

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