ⓘ Delaware Water Gap station


ⓘ Delaware Water Gap station

The Delaware Water Gap is a proposed rail station to be built south of the right-of-way at PA Route 2028 in Smithfield Township, Monroe County, Pennsylvania as part of the Lackawanna Cut-Off Restoration Project. The new station would sit about one mile west of the historic railroad station of the same name. Passenger rail service into New Jersey and New York City would be provided by NJ Transit via the Lackawanna Cut-Off.

Parking will be available in Delaware water gap national recreation area visitors center, located southwest of Interstate 80. Penn state recently completed work on improving the visitors center. Park-and-Ride object, the five-level garage with about 900 seats, will be built in the current Parking. The number of Parking spaces for the visitors center will remain unchanged.

Pedestrians will walk between the station and platform areas via PA route 2028, which will be improved to cope with the foot traffic. Cars coming from interstate I-80 will also use the route 2028.

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