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New Jersey Transit Commuter Rail

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A special movement of a diesel hauling two NJT coaches passes an inbound EMU train to New York at Princeton Junction. Photo by Lee Winson, September 2009.

Overview

New Jersey Transit Rail Operations was created as New Jersey Transit's operational arm for commuter railroad service in the State of New Jersey, assuming control of Conrail's New Jersey commuter operations in 1983. Today, New Jersey Transit Rail Operations serves 148 stations in New Jersey, 12 in New York State (some under contract to Metro-North), and one in Pennsylvania; transporting over 47 million passengers per year over 972 route miles of track.


New Jersey Transit Atlantic City Line

New Jersey Transit Boonton Line

New Jersey Transit Hoboken Terminal

New Jersey Transit Main/Bergen/Port Jervis Lines

New Jersey Transit Morris and Essex Line

New Jersey Transit North Jersey Coast Line

New Jersey Transit Northeast Corridor Line

New Jersey Transit Pascack Valley Line

New Jersey Transit Raritan Line
New Jersey Transit Route Map


Links

New Jersey Transit Hudson-Bergen Light Rail

New Jersey Transit RiverLine

Newark, New Jersey Light Rail/City Subway









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