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Newark celebrates start to Mulberry Commons Pedestrian Bridge


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Work has begun to bridge the space between Newark Penn Station and Mulberry Commons in the state’s largest city, offering a direct route for pedestrians to Prudential Center and the Ironbound.


On Sept. 19, Mayor Ras Baraka, Gov. Phil Murphy, Senate Majority Leader M. Teresa Ruiz, D-29th District, Newark Municipal Council members and others gathered in the park as “one of the most important redevelopment projects ever undertaken in Newark” enters its next phase, with the groundbreaking of the Mulberry Commons Pedestrian Bridge.

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It will be great to have that new entrance hall for Newark Penn. In conjunction with the station renovation, what an improvement.
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It will be great to have that new entrance hall for Newark Penn. In conjunction with the station renovation, what an improvement.
I still don't understand what is being renovated as the station was overhauled less than 10yrs ago... They should take that underground parking area and turn it into an Amtrak lounge.
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Long Island Railroad - Atlantic Branch at East New York Station - service every 20mins with a direction connection to the L Subway Line

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Heading for the Sunset Terminal
Main-Bergen County #1720 rounding the corner bound for Hoboken Terminal



Under the train Shed
Hoboken Terminal



Morning Corridor Station
Early Morning along the Northeast Corridor at Elizabeth Station



interlocking Proceed
Proceed Signal at Park J interlocking on the Long Island Railroad Main / Hempstead lines in Floral Park



The Maple Station
Maplewood Station built by the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad in 1902



Old Morning Station
Short Hills station built in 1907



Morning Departure
Morris & Essex #0308 departing Newark Broad Street bound for Hoboken Terminal

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Old Posted Mar 24, 2024, 7:16 PM
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Old Posted Apr 2, 2024, 11:31 AM
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Secaucus Junction is one of 2 Commuter Rail Stations with Fare Gates , the other being EWR Station.

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I hope one day Secaucus Junction can get HBLR and really function better as a true intermodal hub for North Jersey.
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Dream a little bigger, like an extension of the (L).
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Dream a little bigger, like an extension of the (L).
The L and the PATH had proposals in the 30s - 60s for an extension to the area where Secaucus Junction is located at. The 60s proposal for the PATH seems to be a last ditch effort to save the dying commuter rail lines in North Jersey. Had the proposal gone through, several lines would have still been in use.
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New Jersey Transit North Jersey Coast #3270 arriving on track 1 at Newark Penn Station





Metro North EMD F40PH#4909 pushing New Jersey Transit Main-Bergen County #1276 out of Secaucus Junction


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That telephoto lens really makes the main line look like a rollercoaster. My preference is it wouldn't look that bumpy.
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I hope they build Elmhurst Station in the coming years. That will help relieve congestion along Queens Blvd. corridor.

Not sure if that's part of the current MTA capital plan.
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