Sandy NJ Transit Master Datadata.nj.gov | Last Updated 15 Jan 2019
This is a report for all the relevant columns of NJ Transit - Amount Obligated, Disbursed- broken down by program, project, county and municipality.
This dataset has the following 14 columns:
|Column Name||API Column Name||Data Type||Description||Sample Values|
|As Of Date||as_of_date||calendar_date||Agency data is up to date as of this date|
2018-12-31T00:00:00.000view top 100
|Federal Agency||federal_agency||text||Federal Agency corresponding to the State Agency. Valid value: FTA|
FTAview top 100
|Funding Source||funding_source||text||Federal Agency that is the funding source for the state Agency, NJ Transit. Valid value: PTER|
PTERview top 100
|Program Description||program_description||text||Short Description of the PTER program or any new program|
Public Transportation Emergency Relief program helps state and public transportation systems pay for protecting, repairing, and/or replacing equipment and facilities that may suffer or have suffered serious damage as a result of an emergency, including natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, and tornadoes.view top 100
|Project||project_name||text||The name of a NJ Transit project related to Superstorm Sandy. For example: Sandy Resiliency Fuel Trucks|
Delco Lead Storage and Inspection Facility
Rail Infrastructure; Repair Work Completed or Initiated Prior to January 29, 2013
Support Equip/Facilities Rail MMC/ROC Tier 2
Signal/Communication Rail Hoboken - Signal Reloc/Terminal-Resil-Tier 2
Sandy Resiliency Interoperable Communications Upgradeview top 100
|Project Description||project_description||text||A textual description of a NJ Transit project related to Superstorm Sandy. For example: Supplemental Bus &Ferry = This project involved providing supplemental bus and ferry services necessary in the immediate aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.|
These projects contributed significantly towards NJ TRANSIT's ability to restore service to pre-Sandy levels. The funds allowed for short-term repairs to critical NJ TRANSIT infrastructure, including bridge controls, electric junction boxes, power distribution and electronic traction systems, track right-of-way, bridges, and stations.
This project involves the replacement of wood catenary poles with steel poles mounted on concrete foundations. Funding for this line item supports the installation of concrete foundations adjacent to existing wood catenary poles, and the purchase and installation of steel catenary poles. Activities include design, construction, project administration, construction management, and any other related costs required to complete the scope such as equipment and supplies.
This project is for the design and installation of new signal devices, cabling, and associated systems along a portion of the North Jersey Coast Line from the area around Rare Interlocking to the area around East Matawan Interlocking. Signal equipment will be raised to provide greater resilience to future storms. In addition, wiring, cables and other components that cannot be raised above the design flood elevation will be made more resilient with the use of waterproof components, connections and cabling systems. The project includes design, project administration, construction, the purchase of necessary equipment and materials, and any other related costs required to complete the scope.
This project is for the design and installation of new signal devices, cabling, and associated systems on the Morris & Essex Lines at Meadows Interlocking. The Central Instrument Location (CIL) at Meadows Interlocking will be raised to provide greater resilience to future storms. Wiring, cables and components that cannot be raised above the design flood elevation will be made more resilient with the use of waterproof components, connections and cabling systems. The project includes design, project administration, construction, the purchase of necessary equipment and materials, and any other related costs required to complete the scope.
This project is for the design and construction of modifications to the Hoboken Yard Signal Power Distribution system including raising components such as feeder and branch cables, transformers and sectionalizing switches above the Design Flood Elevation. Modifications to existing poles and catenary structures and the installation of new poles are included to support the additional structural loads from the new aerial cabling and elevated equipment. The project includes design, project administration, construction, the purchase of necessary equipment and materials, and any other related costs required to complete the scope.view top 100
|Project Type||project_type||text||The type of project that the funds are being used for (Recovery Repairs, Resiliency, etc.)|
Recovery Repairs & Resiliency
Recoveryview top 100
|County||county||text||This is the name of a county where a Superstorm Sandy related project was worked on. This column may have a single name of a county, a value of 'Statewide' for projects being worked on at a State level, or it will contain the value 'Multi County' for those projects that cross more than on County. A comma separated list of multiple counties relating to one project detail is in the column.|
MIDDLESEX, MONMOUTHview top 100
|Municipality||municipality||text||This is the Municipality name or names that pertain to a particular project detail. This column may contain either one Municipality Name, multiple Municipality Names separated by commas, 'statewide', etc.|
NEWARK CITYview top 100
|Vendor||vendor||text||Vendor Name. The name of a vendor who is doing work for NJ Transit on Superstorm Sandy-related projects(s). NPO, direct vendors|
variousview top 100
|Obligated Amount||obligated_amount||number||Funds committed to this project but not yet spent|
43578600.00view top 100
|Obligated Date||obligated_date||calendar_date||The date that the funds were committed to this project|
2015-08-27T00:00:00.000view top 100
|Disbursed Amount||disbursed_amount||number||Measureable quantity for which the funds were disbursed|
263476.00view top 100
|Disbursed Date||disbursed_date||calendar_date||Date on which the funds were disbursed||view top 100|