NJ Transit riders will get to address officials about proposed fare hikes and service cuts.
NJ Transit wants to raise bus and rail fares by 25 percent. It also plans to eliminate 32 of 725 commuter trains and cut service on about 50 bus routes because of lower demand.
Students, senior citizens and the disabled would still receive discounts.
The changes are part of efforts to offset a $300 million budget shortfall. The agency also had its state subsidy cut by 11 percent.
The new hikes come as New York's MTA on Wednesday approved massive service cuts -- eliminating two subway lines, calling for layoffs and slashing service.
NJ Transit last raised fares by about 9 percent in 2007.
The plan calls for most of the changes to take effect May 1.