NEWARK, NJ -- Claiming to be "one of the few beacons of stability in our ever-changing lives" during the coronavirus crisis, NJ Transit today released a promotional video highlighting its continued services in cleaning methods instituted during the virus outbreak.

The video highlights that "NJ Transit is serving the needs on those on the frontlines of the crisis" to maintain service for essential travel: grocery store workers, utility and postal workers, food service staff, hospital staff, first responders, and doctors.
 
"I am very proud that nearly 12,000 NJ Transit employees are working tirelessly to keep essential personnel moving under some of the most challenging conditions many of us have ever seen," Kevin S. Corbett, president and CEO of NJ Transit, said. 
 
A link to the video follows: