a good example. Express every hour to White Plains on the hour, local every hour on the half hour (EXAMPLE ONLY) with every second express connecting to or running through to Wassaic. But NJT does not have a White Plaines. It has Summit and Newark which are more like Jamaica on the LIRR! The old DL&W had the 100's to Montclair, the 200's to South Orange, the 300's to Summit, the 400's to Gladstone, the 500's to Morristown and the 600's to Dover. That was 15 minute headways out of Hoboken not counting Boonton Line and long distance traffic. And the rush hours were even more fun. (By the way, 1000 BL to Dover, Washington, and Branchville; 700 weekend to Montclair, 800 to Gladstone, 900 to Dover, 1100 on the Boonton Line.) The point is, look at a 1945 to 1965 DL or EL timetable and look what the did with MU's: more trains, faster schedules, ability to split and put together trains quickly at Morristown and Summit. NJT has to look at MU's where ever possible to speed up traffic; they are going to have to express more to Summit and Dover on the Morristown side and Great Notch to Dover on the Boonton side (with adquately powered trains, too; two cars is ok with current power but after that they need 50 to 100 more horsepower per car in order to get moving! PLAN! PLAN! PLAN! And that's just on these NJT lines!