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SIR Capital Program 2008-2013


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The line is more likely to get PA5 cars than anything else, because PA5 are FRA cleared, and they are about to make about a hundred or so of them for PATH. If they did that, they could do dual mode cat/3rdrail trains or modify the HBLR cars to run on 3rd rail as well and bam there ya go. Not likely, but possible.

 

- Andy

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m8s? Then ill say shinkansen!
lol!

 

the line is more likely to get pa5 cars than anything else, because pa5 are fra cleared, and they are about to make about a hundred or so of them for path. If they did that, they could do dual mode cat/3rdrail trains or modify the hblr cars to run on 3rd rail as well and bam there ya go. Not likely, but possible.

 

- andy

ha, hahahahaha.
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Most likely the HBLR. Which does help a lot to SI commuters.

 

Yes I know it would be Husdon Bergen Light Rail going to be extended to staten island and using the Bayonne Bridge and using the North shore line and West Shore line but even if the (NJT)/(MTA) exetnded the HBLR to Staten Island s89 will still be kept. I heard that the new Goethals Bridge would have extra space for passenger service (mass transit corridor) and it said it here http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2008/08/port_authority_proposes_replac.html So the they might be also another rail line extended to Staten Island and cross the new Goethals Bridge.

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