ⓘ 45th Street station (Hudson–Bergen Light Rail)

45th Street station (Hudson–Bergen Light Rail)

ⓘ 45th Street station (Hudson–Bergen Light Rail)

45th Street is a station on the Hudson–Bergen Light Rail in Bayonne, Hudson County, New Jersey. Located next to Avenue E and East 45th Street, it is the northernmost station of four in Bayonne. There are two tracks and a single island platform with shelter. Two separate services serve the 45th Street station, the local from 8th Street and Hoboken Terminal and the express known as the Bayonne Flyer. The station is fully accessible for people with disabilities, including full elevator service. The station opened on April 17, 2000 as part of the original operating segment of the Hudson–Bergen Light Rail.

45th street station built on the site of the former Central railroad of new Jersey, which opened on 19 April 1918. This area, known as East 45 street, replaced the former station at East 49th street, known as East 49th street, and before that, Pamrapo. The station was located on the main line of the CNJ Communipaw terminal in Scranton. Agent for the sale of tickets at the station East 45th street was eliminated as part of several changes at 25 APR 1954. 20 to 50 feet 6.1 m × 15.2 m, wooden station was destroyed in 1961, when the centre was built as a bridge above the track. Passenger transportation in the Eastern corner of 45th street, which ended April 30, 1967 when the Aldene plan came into effect, moving CNJ commuter through Penn station, through the railway of the Lehigh valley. Service over the Bayonne was truncated from the Communipaw terminal on East 33rd street.

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