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ⓘ Englewood Route 4 (Hudson–Bergen Light Rail)




Englewood Route 4 (Hudson–Bergen Light Rail)
                                     

ⓘ Englewood Route 4 (Hudson–Bergen Light Rail)

Englewood Route 4 is a proposed station along NJ Transits Northern Branch Corridor Project extension of Hudson-Bergen Light Rail in Englewood in lower reaches of the Northern Valley in Bergen County, New Jersey. The station site is along the CSX Transportation Northern Branch where it runs under New Jersey Route 4 at MP 8.8, east of Nordhoff Place and north of Sheffield Avenue.

The station is designed for an island platform, partially located under the 4th route. It will include Parking for 945 funds are included in the VBF vehicle database storage and maintenance. Access to the vehicle with the 4th route will be via Grand Avenue parallel to County route 501 and route new Jersey 93. Approximately 6 acres 2.4 ha property purchased to create a Parking deck and VBF. Planned in the city, the other two HBLR station, then North on route 4 in Englewood city center and Englewood hospital in Englewood, the Terminus of the line.

Region radiating from the station has been dubbed the Englewood South. Zoned PUD for a planned development and consists of a multifunctional development, which is undergoing a transition from a distribution warehouse and manufacturing district into a residential, shopping and business district.

                                     
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  • June 20, 2014. Newark Light Rail System Map, NJ Transit. Accessed June 20, 2014. PATH System Map, Port Authority Trans - Hudson Accessed June 20, 2014
  • at Secaucus Junction in Hudson County, New Jersey. New Jersey Transit also operates the Hudson Bergen Light Rail through Hudson County, the Newark City
  • passing over NJ Transit s Bergen County Line and entering East Rutherford. Here, the Western Spur has a junction with Route 3, where it loses a lane in
  • single - tracked. The Passaic - Bergen Rail Line plans to have five stops in Paterson. Bus service to locations in Passaic, Bergen Essex and Hudson counties is provided
  • terminal across the Hudson River at Newburgh. Remains survive. Buffalo, Batavia and Rochester Railway - 1904 tried to build a heavy - rail electric interurban
  • existing 2 - lane section to 4 lanes, with a median in some locations. The state has also bypassed the original 2 - lane Route 7 around Brookfield with a
  • passengers to connect to the Hudson - Bergen Light Rail s 34th Street station, giving Staten Island residents a new route into Manhattan. Despite Staten
  • towns along the Hudson River Valley in New York began permanently settling in the Upper Delaware Valley known as the Minisink The route these Dutch settlers

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