New Jersey Transit yesterday approved a system-wide fare increase of 22% to generate $126.6 million of new revenue and help close the agency’s estimated $300 million fiscal 2011 deficit.

Along with toll revenue, the Garden State’s largest mass-transit provider will look towards public-private partnerships to help generate additional funds.

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