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NJT 2040 plans Light Rail & Regional Rail

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Unofficial / Official , PPP's and Town / City Plans , County , Private group plans / proposes..

New Jersey

Projects to be completed by 2020

New Jersey Transit / PATCO / PATH

 

New Arrow Fleet

ALP 45DP's

Arrow Refurbishment

Perth Amboy Station upgrade

Wesmont station

New Brunswick station overhaul

Full North Jersey Coast line electrification

More Double Decker cars

Northeast Corridor wire replacement

Raritan Valley line / Northeast Corridor Grade Separation

More Sidings added to the Atlantic , Pascack Valley lines

LED Departure boards @ Trenton , Hoboken , Newark , Secaucus

Hawthorne Transit Center

Cross County line

MOM Rail network

Lackawanna line

West Trenton line

West Trenton Riverline Extension

Hudson Bergen Light Rail > Northern Branch Corridor

Glassboro Light Rail line

Pennsuaken Transit Center

PATH extension to EWR

NJT Hudson Bergen Light Rail 440 Extension

Hoboken Ferry Terminal Overhaul

Hoboken PATH Terminal Overhaul

New Brunswick Station platform overhaul

Linden Station Overhaul

Elizabeth Station Overhaul

Newark Embankment Overhaul

Dock , Delair , PATH Hackensack River Bridge repainting

New Portal Bridge

New Meadowlands Yard

Restoration of Ampere station

Restoration of Harrison Station

Ridgewood station overhaul

Newark Light Rail stations overhaul

Walter Rand Transportation center overhaul

Journal SQ PATH Station Overhaul

Harrison PATH station overhaul

PATH system signal upgrades

PATH Track replacement

PATCO car refurbishment

Franklin SQ PATCO station restoration

PATH PA-5 Full purchase

 

 

 

Large Scale Rail Projects

Project : West Trenton line

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 4

Projected Ridership : 10-20,000

 

Project : MOM Network

Number of lines : 2-3

Stations : 8-12

Projected Ridership : 120,000

Project : Lackawanna line

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 3-4

Projected Ridership : 25,000

 

Project : Philpsburg Connections

Number of lines : 2-3

Stations : 5-12

Projected Ridership : 45,000

 

Project : Passaic - Bergen Light Rail

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 12

Projected Ridership : 8,000

 

Project : Northern Branch Light Rail

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 9

Projected Ridership : 25,000

 

 

Project : PATH extension to EWR

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 2

Projected Ridership : ?

 

Project : Pennsuaken Transit Center

Number of lines : 2

Stations : 1

Projected Ridership : ?

 

Project : Glassboro Light Rail

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 15

Projected Ridership : 25,000

 

Project : West Shore line

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 21

Projected Ridership : 60,000

 

Project : Sparta line

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 13

Projected Ridership : 28,000

 

Project : Pompton Branch

Number of lines :

Stations : 5

Projected Ridership : 12,000

 

 

Project : North Newark - JSQ - Downtown Jersey City Light Rail

Number of lines : 1-2

Stations : 17

Projected Ridership : 30-40,000

 

Project : Newark - Paterson Light Rail

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 22

Projected Ridership : 50,000

 

Project : PATH extension to Midtown Elizabeth via Jersey Gardens

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 8

Projected Ridership : 50-70,000

 

Project : New Brunswick Light Rail

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 13

Projected Ridership : 45-50,000

 

 

Project : Cape May line

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 7

Projected Ridership : 7-9,000

 

Project : Pennsville Light Rail line

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 7

Projected Ridership : 6,000

 

Project : Salem Light Rail line

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 3

Projected Ridership : 4,000

 

Project : Newark Light Rail Orange Branch

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 5

Projected Ridership : 12,000

 

Project : Harrison Streetcar

Number of lines : 1-2

Stations : 14

Projected Ridership : 25,000

 

Project : Newark Light Rail > Kearny Branch

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 4

Projected Ridership : 7,000

Project : Wildwood Branch

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 2

Projected Ridership : Seasonal

 

Project : Ocean City Branch

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 3

Projected Ridership : Seasonal

 

 

Project : Millville Extension of the Glassboro line

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 9

Projected Ridership : 12,000

 

Project : West Trenton Riverline extension

Number of lines : 1

Stations : 9

Projected Ridership : 15-20,000

 

Project : Mt. Holly Light Rail Branch

Number of lines :

Stations : 10

Projected Ridership : 17,000

 

Current Railway / Light Rail lines

 

Line : Northeast Corridor

Length : 57 mi

Stations : 17

Ridership : 54,000 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 65,000)

 

Line : Morristown line

Length : 57 mi

Stations : 26

Ridership : 50,000 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 70,000)

 

Line : Gladstone Branch

Length : 22 mi

Stations : 13

Ridership : 5,000 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 12,000)

 

Line : Montclair / Boonton line

Length : ?

Stations : 19

Ridership : 17,000 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 25,000)

 

Line : Main line

Length : 30 mi

Stations : 26

Ridership : 9,000 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 17,000)

 

Line : Bergen line

Length : 20 mi

Stations : 7

Ridership : 5,000 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 13,000)

 

Line : Pascack Valley line

Length : 30 mi

Stations : 18

Ridership : 6,500 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 11,000)

 

Line : Port Jervis line

Length : 95 mi

Stations : 26

Ridership : 7,000 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 9,000)

 

Line : North Jersey Coast line

Length : 65 mi

Stations : 28

Ridership : 18,000 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 27,000)

 

Line : Raritan Valley line

Length : ?

Stations : 20

Ridership : 12,000 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 18,000)

 

System : RiverLine

Length : 34 mi

Stations : 20

Ridership : 11,000 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 25,000)

 

System : Newark Light Rail

Length : 14 mi

Stations : 20

Ridership : 21,000 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 40,000)

 

System : Hudson Bergen Light Rail

Length : 21 mi

Stations : 24

Ridership : 40,000 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 100,000)

 

System : PATH

Length : 14 mi

Stations : 13

Ridership : 250,000 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 290,000)

 

System : PATCO

Length : 14 mi

Stations : 13

Ridership : 40,000 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 55,000)

 

Line : Atlantic line

Length : 68 mi

Stations : 8

Ridership : 6,500 (Projected 2020 Ridership : 15,000)

 

If your wondering about the Ridership numbers , they were either taken form the state , a private group , or discussed by Rail fanners and Urban planners via Skype.....were never that off i must say. The MOM Network , West Shore and Philpsburg connections will service high commute areas of NJ with mostly NY/Urban Jersey bound commuters , the Morristown , Northeast Corridor and Pascack Valley lines are and will see bi-directional ridership movements increase over the next decade resulting in ridership climbs.... Transit Oriented development , Growth in the Railway towns , Reverse Commuting and gas prices all are factored into the projections aswell , some TOD sites will add up to 17,000 users to the local station like at the Newport PATH station in Jersey City. Similar density developments will surround the New Brunswick , Harrison , Journal SQ , Hoboken , Trenton , Rahway , Elizabeth , South Amboy , Watsessing Avenue, Morristown , Hackensack stations , Newark Board. For the TOD ridership to full take affect , leave at least 5 years after the project is completed. The Harrison and Journal SQ Developments should add another 40-60,000 to the PATH.

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Not necessary. NJT needs this:

 

New NYC tunnel

Secaucus Loop

At least 90+ ALP45-DP's. (NJT's currently ordering 26 with an option for 63 more)

West Trenton Line

Better Trenton-West Trenton connection

Lackawana Cutoff to Scranton

Extend Raritan Valley to Phillipsburg (no intermediate stations to save $)

Replace Arrows with more ML's, more electric engines, maybe 75 new MU's

Disconnect Dinky from the NEC and make it a light rail, more frequently.

PATH to EWR

Full PATCO fleet replacement

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Not necessary. NJT needs this:

 

New NYC tunnel

Secaucus Loop < Thats obsolete due to Secaucus JCT and NJT knew this.....and presued it anyway and the New plans cancel that out

At least 90+ ALP45-DP's. (NJT's currently ordering 26 with an option for 63 more)

West Trenton Line

Better Trenton-West Trenton connection

Lackawana Cutoff to Scranton

Extend Raritan Valley to Phillipsburg (no intermediate stations to save $) < that would never happen , + you wouldn't get a decent amount of riders if you did that

Replace Arrows with more ML's, more electric engines, maybe 75 new MU's < The older arrows will be retired & Replaced , the semi new ones will be refurbished

Disconnect Dinky from the NEC and make it a light rail, more frequently.

PATH to EWR

Full PATCO fleet replacement

 

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Full PATCO fleet replacement

 

PATCO is not apart of NJ Transit. They are currently rebuilding there cars. There gutting the trains and keeping the frames. And getting new motors. A complete rebuild of the cars.

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I would like to see some extension of the HBLR and connect it with the Newark City Subway. It would make a great rapid transit like system.

 

Have some NJT RR service to Cape May?

 

PATCO is not apart of NJ Transit. They are currently rebuilding there cars. There gutting the trains and keeping the frames. And getting new motors. A complete rebuild of the cars.

 

Correct. PATCO is similar to the PATH but runs from NJ to PA.

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PATCO is not apart of NJ Transit. They are currently rebuilding there cars. There gutting the trains and keeping the frames. And getting new motors. A complete rebuild of the cars.

 

A rebuild is not a replacement. (will the rebuilt cars look different?)

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A rebuild is not a replacement. (will the rebuilt cars look different?)

 

Idk if the outside will look diff, but in inside will get the current blue/grey interior and I heard one of the PATCO operators saying something about full cabs.

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I have one question: Is there any passenger rail service in this section of the Delaware River? Easton, Bethlehem, and Allentown are all fairly large towns, and I would imagine that there are a decent-sized number of people that commute between these towns.

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I have one question: Is there any passenger rail service in this section of the Delaware River? Easton, Bethlehem, and Allentown are all fairly large towns, and I would imagine that there are a decent-sized number of people that commute between these towns.

 

The plan is to pull it back to Philpsburg , then see if the Ridership is there. Which Ridership should be high due to the Developments around the stations and I78 Park and Ride.

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They will need to order a lot more light rail vehicles for NCS and HBLR & increase trains per hour.

 

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The plan is to pull it back to Philpsburg , then see if the Ridership is there. Which Ridership should be high due to the Developments around the stations and I78 Park and Ride.

 

You are referring to the Raritan Velley Line extension, correct? In that case, would it be extended further south, or would there be a seperate line?

 

Hopefully, the line gets a high enough frequency to become attractive to commuters making trips between intermediate points (say, between the 3 towns I mentioned)

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They will need to order a lot more light rail vehicles for NCS and HBLR & increase trains per hour.

 

- A

 

I think they have enough trains ,by looking at the yard. If they ran them every 10 mins off peak and every 5 mins peak like most cities do....we would have much higher ridership. But NJT runs its light rail like Commuter rail....:mad:

 

You are referring to the Raritan Velley Line extension, correct? In that case, would it be extended further south, or would there be a seperate line?

 

Hopefully, the line gets a high enough frequency to become attractive to commuters making trips between intermediate points (say, between the 3 towns I mentioned)

 

Yes , there are 3 alignments. One is the Extension of the Morristown line form Hackettstown to Philpsburg and would be the cheapest line to restore. It would also connect into a high jobs region in Morris County. The Second Alignment would be to extend the RVL back to Philpsburg along the Original Route this would cost between 90-110 million $$ and would get alot of riders aswell. The last alignment and least likely is the Flemington line bulge it would just be a bypass of the RVL and cut through a growing area of Somerset county.

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thats a little ambitious for NJ TRANSIT is it not? :confused: do they even have enough capital funds from the government to work on all of that? :confused: it seems to me NJ TRANSIT is trying to do more than what they can build. but who knows maybe i'm wrong.

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I think they have enough trains ,by looking at the yard. If they ran them every 10 mins off peak and every 5 mins peak like most cities do....we would have much higher ridership. But NJT runs its light rail like Commuter rail....:mad:

 

 

 

Yes , there are 3 alignments. One is the Extension of the Morristown line form Hackettstown to Philpsburg and would be the cheapest line to restore. It would also connect into a high jobs region in Morris County. The Second Alignment would be to extend the RVL back to Philpsburg along the Original Route this would cost between 90-110 million $$ and would get alot of riders aswell. The last alignment and least likely is the Flemington line bulge it would just be a bypass of the RVL and cut through a growing area of Somerset county.

 

It would be nice if all of them could be implemented, but obviously I'm not holding my breath. The extension from Hackettstown seems the most likely, being that there are bigger towns along the Morris and Essex Lines than along the Raritan Valley Line.

 

It would seem to me that the growth will tend to cluster around the rail lines, especially as gas prices go up, so, without the rail line, those areas in Somerset County might not grow as much as projected.

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you are, this is Nexas' wish list made partly of things NJT wants to do, but mostly what others want it (or someone else) to do.

 

The 2020 stuff is not a wishlist , the other stuff is ....although i have a feeling it will get built...

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There is a rather wonderful tv program I think you should watch that will help you understand my opinions.

 

It's called "the news"

 

IF New Jersey could not fund ARC proerly without going brankrupt, how on God's green Earth are they going to be able to pay for more than half the projects you keep rambling on about? Priority 1 was, is, and always will be keeping what we already have working properly.

 

Would I like to see NJT expand, of course I would, or else I wouldn't be here. the problem is i happen to be a finanical realist and and I can say, without a hint of doubt in my mind that if any of these major from scratch projects have not already been started, being done in 2020 is impossible. 9 years to do all that is not enough. If NJT was rolling in it, that's one thing. but its not.

 

and that's not even considering problems that will eventually develop on site. It wasn't in the SAS construction timetable to punch a hole in the intersection of 2nd and E90th with a rouge probing drill.

 

The ARC was very flawed and should have been canceled years ago. NJT got a billion $$$ injection form the state recently and there is support for the 2020 projects listed. Some is form the towns and cities which will find a way to fund them. The fact that NJT has done alot more then whats listed above over the past 10 years tells you something. PPP's are starting to come into the mix which should make paying for some projects easier and construction faster. Denver and Few other cities are using PPP's and are being able to do more then they were allowed to before. We were not bankrupted on the ARC , NY did not help with the funding.....it was not a fairly funded projected.... Christie also stretched the truth , and made it appear like it was more expensive then it was... The Light Rail projects are the most expensive of the projects listed , the rest are all capped off at 3-400 million max$$$. The Smaller things are also already budgeted for the most part.... NJT always finds a way to do things for some reason.

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Redone list to help you

 

New Arrow Fleet < too early to know exactly whats coming

ALP 45DP's < on the way

Arrow Refurbishment < Underway

Perth Amboy Station upgrade < in planning

Wesmont station < Private , benefit a large scale redevelopment project

New Brunswick station overhaul < part of a TOD project , underway

Full North Jersey Coast line electrification < too early know if this still on or off the books

More Double Decker cars < on the way

Northeast Corridor wire replacement < Federally funded more of an Amtrak project

Raritan Valley line / Northeast Corridor Grade Separation < Federally funded project , Amtrak

More Sidings added to the Atlantic , Pascack Valley lines < Awaiting funding , not very expensive

LED Departure boards @ Trenton , Hoboken , Newark , Secaucus < not that expensive , should be included in the small budgets

Hawthorne Transit Center < on hold , see below

Cross County line < Needs to be redesigned due to 2 left out towns and missing connection to PVL.

MOM Rail network < Still debating the final Route on this , Feds would pay for half , its expected to add between 80-120,000 to NJT according to the county.

Lackawanna line < Construction underway to Andover , awaiting funding to Del Water Gap

West Trenton line < Awaiting funding

West Trenton Riverline Extension < would need the project ^ to be built

Hudson Bergen Light Rail > Northern Branch Corridor < about to break ground

Glassboro Light Rail line < About to break ground

Pennsuaken Transit Center < Underway as you know

PATH extension to EWR < planned for later this decade

NJT Hudson Bergen Light Rail 440 Extension < should be paided for and built later this decade by a private company which will incorporate it into a project.

Hoboken Ferry Terminal Overhaul < Underway as you know

Hoboken PATH Terminal Overhaul < Underway as you know

Linden Station Overhaul < planned for later this decade

Elizabeth Station Overhaul < Planned for later this decade

Newark Embankment Overhaul < Partially underway

Dock , Delair , PATH Hackensack River Bridge repainting < should happen later this decade

New Portal Bridge < Underway as you know

New Meadowlands Yard < Partially Underway

Restoration of Ampere station < Study Underway

Restoration of Harrison Station < planned later this decade by the city of Harrison

Ridgewood station overhaul < Underway as you know

Newark Light Rail stations overhaul < Underway as you know

Walter Rand Transportation center overhaul < Underway as you know

Journal SQ PATH Station Overhaul < planned for later this decade

Harrison PATH station overhaul < Underway as you know

PATH system signal upgrades < Underway as you know

PATH Track replacement < Underway as you know

PATCO car refurbishment < Underway as you know

Franklin SQ PATCO station restoration < talks finishing up ,but this would need a development to happen

PATH PA-5 Full purchase < Underway as you know

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The ARC was very flawed and should have been canceled years ago. NJT got a billion $$$ injection form the state recently and there is support for the 2020 projects listed. Some is form the towns and cities which will find a way to fund them. The fact that NJT has done alot more then whats listed above over the past 10 years tells you something. PPP's are starting to come into the mix which should make paying for some projects easier and construction faster. Denver and Few other cities are using PPP's and are being able to do more then they were allowed to before. We were not bankrupted on the ARC , NY did not help with the funding.....it was not a fairly funded projected.... Christie also stretched the truth , and made it appear like it was more expensive then it was... The Light Rail projects are the most expensive of the projects listed , the rest are all capped off at 3-400 million max$$$. The Smaller things are also already budgeted for the most part.... NJT always finds a way to do things for some reason.

 

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I will admit after doing some research that the 2020 completion date for the original list was short sighted. I feel comfortable with a 2035 / 40 list now which will be posted later. All New stations that you see below are collected from NJT , County and City plans and can mostly be fund on Wiki. The Original list has grown and shrunken with the recent research...so its not up to date by any stretch.

 

Station by Station

Current , Under Construction , and Proposed Stations

Urban Rail

 

Hudson Bergen Light Rail

Tenafly North

Tenafly Town Center

Englewood Hospital

Englewood Town Center

Englewood Route 4

Leonia

Palisades Park

Ridgefield

91st Street

Tonnelle Avenue

Bergenline Avenue

Port Imperial

Lincoln Harbor

North Hoboken

9th / Congress

2nd Street

Grove Street / 18th Street

Hoboken Terminal

Pavonia-Newport

Harsimus Cove

Harborside Financial Center

Exchange Place

Essex Street

Marin Boulevard

Jersey Ave

Liberty State Park

Split > Garfield Avenue , Martin Luther King Drive , West Side Avenue , Bayfront

Canal Crossing

Richard Street

Danforth Avenue

45th Street

34th Street

22nd Street

8th Street

 

Newark Light Rail

Main line

Newark Penn station

Military Park

Washington Street

Warren Street

Norfolk Street

Orange Street

Park Ave

Bloomfield Ave

Davenport Ave

Branch Brook Park

Silver Lake

Grove Street

Wateseeing Ave

Prospect Street

Glenwood Ave

Brighton Ave

Thomas Boulevard

High Street

Thomas Edison Historic Site / Lakeside Ave

Park Ave

 

Board Street Branch

Newark Penn station

NJPAC / centre street

Atlantic Street / Washington Park

Newark Board Street

 

PATH

Newark Line

Newark Liberty International Airport

South Street

Newark Penn station

Harrison

Journal SQ

Grove Street

Exchange Place

World Trade Center

 

Journal SQ - Hoboken - 33rd line

Journal SQ

Grove Street

Newport

Hoboken

Christopher Street

9th Street

14th Street

23rd Street

33rd Street

 

RiverLine

Trenton Transit Center

Hamilton Ave

Cass Street

Bordentown

Roebling

Florence

Burlington Towne Centre

Burlington South

Beverly-Edgewater Park

Delanco

Riverside

Cinnaminson

Riverton

Palmyra

Pennsauken-Route 73

Pennsauken Transit Center

36th Street

Walter Rand Transportation ctr

Cooper St-Rutgers Univ.

Aquarium

Entertainment Center

 

Glassboro / Millville Branch

Walter Rand Transportation ctr

Cooper Hospital

Atlantic Ave

Gloucester City

Crown Point Road

Red Bank Ave

Cooper Street

Woodbury Heights

Wenonah

Mantra Boulevard

Sewell

Pitman

Rowan University

Glassboro

Clayton

Newfield

Oak Road

Landis Ave

Walnut Road

Route 55 Park / Ride

Broad Street

Main Street

 

West Trenton Extension

Trenton Transit Center

State and Canal Street

State and Warren Street

State House

Calhoun & Passaic Street

Calhoun & Bernard Street

Prospect Street

Parkside Ave

Lower Ferry Road

West Trenton Transit Center

 

Bergen - Passaic LRT

Hawthorne Transit Center

5th Street - Paterson

Lafayette Street - Paterson

Madison Ave - Paterson

20th Ave - Paterson

Vreeland Ave - Paterson

Boulevard - Paterson

Midland Ave - Saddle Brook

Mayhill Street -Saddle Brook

Maywood Ave - Maywood

American Legion Dr - Hackensack

Railroad Ave JCT - Hackensack

Main Street - Hackensack

Munn Ave - Bogota

Ridgefield Park

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Regional Rail

 

Atlantic line

 

Philadelphia-30th Street Station

Pennsauken Transit Center

Cherry Hill

Lindenwood

Atco

Hammonton

Egg Harbor City

Absecon

Atlantic City

 

North Jersey Coast line

Bay Head

Point Pleasant Beach

Manasquan

Spring Lake

Belmar

Bradley Beach

Asbury Park

Allenhurst

Elberon

Long Branch

Monmouth Park

Little Silver

Red Bank

Middletown

Hazlet

Aberdeen-Matawan

Laurence Harbor

South Amboy

Perth Amboy

Woodbridge

Avenel

Rahway

Linden

Broad St. Elizabeth

North Elizabeth

Newark Airport

Newark Penn

Hoboken

 

Northeast Corridor

Trenton

Hamilton

Princeton JCT

Jersey Ave (Southbound only)

New Brunswick

Edison

Metchun

Metropark

Rahway

Linden

Midtown Elizabeth

North Elizabeth

Newark Airport

Newark Penn station

Secaucus JCT

New York Penn

 

Gladstone Branch

 

Gladstone

Peapack

Far Hills

Bernardsville

Basking Ridge

Lyons

Millington

Stirling

Gillette

Berkeley Heights

Murray Hill

New Providence

Summit

Short Hills

Millburn

Maplewood

South Orange

Mountain Station

Highland Ave

Orange

Brick Church

East Orange

Newark Board Street

Harrison

Hoboken

 

Morristown line

Philpsburg - Main Street

Philpsburg - US 22 / NJ 57 Park / Ride

Washington

Hackettstown

Mount Olive

Netcong

Lake Hopatcong

Mount Arlington

Dover

Denville

Mount Tabor

Morris Plains

Morristown

Convent Station

Madison

Chatham

Summit

Short Hills

Millburn

Maplewood

South Orange

Orange

Brick Church

Newark Board Street

Harrison

Hoboken

 

Montclair - Boonton line

 

Hackettstown

Mount Olive

Netcong

Lake Hopatcong

Mount Arlington

Dover

Denville

Mountain Lakes

Boonton

Towaco

Lincoln Park

Mountain View-Wayne

Wayne-Route 23

Little Falls

Montclair State University

Montclair Heights

Mountain Avenue

Upper Montclair

Watchung Avenue

Walnut Street

Bay Street

Glen Ridge

Bloomfield

Watsessing Avenue

Ampere

Newark-Broad St

Harrison

Hoboken

 

Raritan Valley Line

 

Phillipsburg

Bloomsbury

Ludlow

Hampton

Glen Gardner

High Bridge

Annandale

Lebanon

White House

North Branch

Raritan

Somerville

Bridgewater

Bound Brook

Dunellen

Plainfield

Netherwood

Fanwood

Westfield

Garwood

Cranford

Roselle Park

Union

Newark Penn station

Hoboken (Peak Hours only)

 

Morristown line - Midtown Direct Service

Dover

Denville

Mount Tabor

Morris Plains

Morristown

Convent Station

Madison

Chatham

Summit

Short Hills

Millburn

Maplewood

South Orange

Orange

Brick Church

Newark Board Street

Harrison

Secaucus JCT

New York Penn station

 

Montclair line - Midtown Direct Service

 

Montclair State University

Montclair Heights

Mountain Avenue

Upper Montclair

Watchung Avenue

Walnut Street

Bay Street

Glen Ridge

Bloomfield

Watsessing Avenue

Ampere

Newark-Broad St

Harrison

Secaucus JCT

New York Penn station

 

Pascack Valley line

Hoboken Terminal

Secaucus JCT

Wood-Ridge

Teterboro

Essex Street - Hackensack

Railroad Ave JCT - Hackensack

Anderson Street - Hackensack

New Bridge Landing

River Edge

Oradell

Emerson

Westwood

Hillsdale

Woodcliff Lake

Park Ridge

Montvale

Pearl River

Pfizer Plant

Nanuet

Spring Valley

Monsey

Airmont

East Suffern

Hillburn

 

Port Jervis line

Hoboken Terminal

Secaucus JCT

Paterson

Ridgewood

Suffern

Hillburn

Sloatsburg

Tuxedo

Harriman

Salisbury Mills-Cornwall

Campbell Hall

Middletown-Town of Wallkill

Otisville

Port Jervis

Main Line

Hoboken

Secaucus JCT

Kingsland

Lyndhurst

Delawanna

Passaic

Clifton

Paterson

North Paterson

Hawthorne Transit Center

Glen Rock

Ridgewood

Ho-Ho-Kus

Waldwick

Allendale

Ramsey-Main St.

Ramsey-Route 17

Mahwah

Suffern

Hillburn

 

Bergen line

Hoboken Terminal

Secaucus JCT

Rutherford

Wesmont

Garfield

Plaunderville

Broadway - Fair Lawn

Radburn - Fair Lawn

Glen Rock Boro Hall

Ridgewood

Ho-Ho-Kus

Waldwick

Allendale

Ramsey-Main St.

Ramsey-Route 17

Mahwah

Suffern

 

Proposed lines

 

West Trenton line

 

West Trenton Transit Center

I-95 Park / Ride

Hopewell

Belle Mead

Hillsborough

Bridgewater

Bound Brook

Dunellen

Plainfield

Netherwood

Fanwood

Westfield

Garwood

Cranford

Roselle Park

Union

Newark Penn station

Hoboken

 

West Shore line

Hoboken Terminal

Secaucus JCT

Meadowlands Sports Complex

Vince Lombradi Park & Ride

Ridgefield Park

Cedar Lane - Teaneck

West Englewood

Bergenfield

Haworth

Harrington Park

Tappan

Blauvelt

Valley Cottage

Congers

Haverstraw

Stony Point

Bear Mountain

Highland Falls

West Point

Cornwall on Hudson

Newburgh

Milton

Kingston

 

Cape May Branch

Philadelphia-30th Street Station

Pennsauken Transit Center

Cherry Hill

Lindenwood

Atco

Woodbine

Cape May Courthouse

Rio Grande

North Cape May

Cape May

 

Pompton Branch

 

Butler

Pompton Lakes

Pompton Plains

Pequannock

Wayne Town Center

Mountain View-Wayne

Wayne-Route 23

Little Falls

Montclair State University

Montclair Heights

Mountain Avenue

Upper Montclair

Watchung Avenue

Walnut Street

Bay Street

Glen Ridge

Bloomfield

Watsessing Avenue

Ampere

Newark-Broad St

Harrison

Hoboken

 

Lackawanna line

Binghamton

Scranton

Tobyhanna

Pocono Mountain

Analomink

East Stroudsburg

Delaware Water Gap

Blairstown

Andover

Lake Hopatcong

Mount Arlington

Dover

Denville

Mount Tabor

Morris Plains

Morristown

Convent Station

Madison

Chatham

Summit

Short Hills

Millburn

Maplewood

South Orange

Orange

Brick Church

Newark Board Street

Harrison

Hoboken

 

MOM Network

Red Bank Branch

Manchester / Lakehurst

Jackson

Lakewood

Howell - Glen Road

Howell - Route 33

Eatontown

Red Bank

Middletown

Hazlet

Aberdeen-Matawan

Laurence Harbor

South Amboy

Perth Amboy

Woodbridge

Avenel

Rahway

Linden

Broad St. Elizabeth

North Elizabeth

Newark Airport

Newark Penn

Hoboken

 

Jamesburg Branch

Manchester / Lakehurst

Jackson

Lakewood

Howell - Glen Road

Freehold

Freehold Boro - Throckmorton Street

Manalapan

Jamesburg

South Brunswick

Jersey Ave (Southbound only)

New Brunswick

Edison

Metchun

Metropark

Rahway

Linden

Midtown Elizabeth

North Elizabeth

Newark Airport

Newark Penn station

Secaucus JCT

New York Penn

 

Matawan Branch

 

Manchester / Lakehurst

Jackson

Lakewood

Howell - Glen Road

Freehold

Freehold Boro - Jackson Street

Marlboro

Morganville

Aberdeen-Matawan

Laurence Harbor

South Amboy

Perth Amboy

Woodbridge

Avenel

Rahway

Linden

Broad St. Elizabeth

North Elizabeth

Newark Airport

Newark Penn

Hoboken

 

South Amboy Branch

 

Manchester / Lakehurst

Jackson

Lakewood

Howell - Glen Road

Freehold

Freehold Boro - Throckmorton Street

Manalapan

Jamesburg

Helmetta

Spotswood

Route 18 Park & Ride

Madison Park

South Amboy

Perth Amboy

Woodbridge

Avenel

Rahway

Linden

Broad St. Elizabeth

North Elizabeth

Newark Airport

Newark Penn

Hoboken

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I'm curious about the Bergen-Passaic LRT idea. Does some of the stops that is proposed stops along any of the major bus routes, like the 165 or the 166 in particular? I ask since I see Ridgefield Park and Hackensack on the list. I would think that if those get build soon, the overcrowding on some of the bus lines like the 166 to Tenafly and the 165 to Hackensack would be greatly reduced tremendously.

 

Another thing I'm curious is if the other stations that the NWR light rail is building is complete, would that increase the fare? If I was to take the 11/28/29/74 to Grove Street Bus Stop, next to the Grove Street NLR Station, next to the NWK Light Rail garage, That's 2.35 since the fare zone is Belmont Ave and Bloomfield Ave. Yet, people can take the Lightrail and pay one zone, 1.50, and save .85 cents. So, I would assume that if the other stations are built, there would be a fare increase, but how would that be enforced since there are two legs of the NLR - the Broad St. Branch which is a 1.50 fare for it's short distance, and the Main Line. It's almost as if, in my opinion, that NLR needs to have a better system to enforce the fares, or NLR might start to turn out like Hudson Bergen Lightrail - Barely anyone pays and there is barely any NJT Police enforcement like it should be. Hell, when I was driving on Bergenline and people wanted to go to the lightrail, I ask if they want a transfer, since the TFR is an acceptable form of payment. People would say, WHAT FOR? NO ONE EVER CHECKS....... That's what I'm afraid of.

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Actually, NJT has been leaning on using the old Freehold branch aka the henry hudson trail as the main line. If built, Marlboro station will be in walking distance from my house.

Manchester / Lakehurst

Jackson

Lakewood

Howell - Glen Road

Freehold Boro

Freehold Twp.

Marlboro

Morganville At Marlboro

Aberdeen-Matawan

South Amboy

Perth Amboy

Woodbridge

Avenel

Rahway

Linden

Broad St. Elizabeth

North Elizabeth

Newark Airport

Newark Penn

Hoboken

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