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ⓘ Martin Luther King Drive station




Martin Luther King Drive station
                                     

ⓘ Martin Luther King Drive station

Martin Luther King Drive is a station of the Hudson–Bergen Light Rail in the Jackson Hill neighborhood of Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey. Located on the east side of Martin Luther King Drive near the intersection with Virginia Avenue, the station is a two side platform, two track structure on the West Side Avenue branch of the Hudson–Bergen Light Rail. Train service through Martin Luther King Drive station goes from West Side Avenue in Jersey City to the Tonnelle Avenue station in North Bergen. The station is accessible for those with disabilities as part of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 with ramps to the train-level platform. Martin Luther King Drive station opened on April 17, 2000 along with the rest of the West Side Avenue branch as part of the original operating segment.

Station Martin Luther king is located East of the former Central railroad of new Jersey on the same street, Jackson Avenue. Cleaning the area began block West to Bergen Avenue cutaway in Newark and new York railroad branch that ran from Lafayette street terminal Newark to Communipaw station in Jersey city, where they met with the Central railroad of new Jersey mainline, July 23, 1869. In 1877 the station was moved East to the intersection of Jackson Avenue. The station was replaced in 1892 and again in 1911. In CNJ and the railroad Lehigh valley total station from 1913-1918. Service at the Lafayette street suddenly ended February 2, 1946, when a steamship crashed into a bridge over the Hackensack river, taking two flights of stairs. Services to Jackson Avenue for the passengers eventually ended on may 6, 1948. In the CNJ sold the ornate station 1911 in 1951 for a variety of purposes and was demolished after 2011.

                                     
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