N.J. Transit Didn’t Follow Storm Plan Before Sandy

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -

New Jersey Transit had a hurricane plan to move its trains to higher ground before Superstorm Sandy hit, raising additional questions about why the agency instead moved locomotives to low-lying yards, resulting in more than $100 million damage.

The plan had called for moving railcars “from flood-prone areas to higher ground,” listing more than a half-dozen locations.