Critics have said Murphy's plan for improvements so far lacks specifics, but he explained during a stop in Jersey City that change starts at the top.
New leadership, he said, must perform an audit, develop a vision and strategy, assess where deficiencies are and speak with consumers. "There's a lot of work to do, and it won't be overnight," Murphy added.
During the campaign, Murphy said Gov. Chris Christie had "wrecked what was once a leading national transit agency."
But come noon Tuesday, complaints about missed trains, crumbling infrastructure and hiked fare prices will officially be Phil Murphy's problems -- after he is sworn in.
The governor-elect's wife and two of their children took a separate NJ Transit ride on Saturday.
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