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    1. NJ Transit Rail Operations - Wikipedia

      NJ Transit Rail Operations (reporting mark NJTR) is the rail division of NJ Transit. It operates commuter rail service in New Jersey...


    2. List of NJ Transit railroad stations - Wikipedia

      NJ Transit Rail Operations (NJTR) provides passenger service on 12 lines at a total of 166 stations, some operated in conjunction with Amtrak and Metro-North (MNR). NJTR was established by NJ Transit (NJT) to run commuter rail operations in New Jersey.


    3. NJ Transit - Wikipedia

      New Jersey Transit Corporation, branded as NJ Transit (NJT; stylized as NJ TRANSIT), is a state-owned public transportation system that serves the US state of New Jersey...


    4. Union station (NJ Transit) - Wikipedia

      Union station is a NJ Transit railroad station in Union, New Jersey. Located on the Conrail Lehigh Line, Union is served by Raritan Valley Line trains that travel between Newark Penn Station and...


    5. Andover station (NJ Transit) - Wikipedia

      Andover is a planned New Jersey Transit passenger railroad station in Andover Township, in Sussex County, New Jersey, United States, providing service on its Lackawanna Cut-Off line. The line remains under construction.


    6. New jersey transit rail operations Wikipedia

      • NJ Transit Rail OperationsNJ Transit provides rail service throughout northern New Jersey, between Philadelphia and Atlantic City in southern New Jer.
      • As of 2012[update], NJ Transit's commuter rail network consists of 11 lines and 164 stations,[2] primarily concentrated in northern New Jersey, with...


    7. New Jersey Transit rail operations | Metro Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

      • Contents[show] Trackage New Jersey Transit operates a rail network of 11 rail lines, 161 stations and 954 miles as of the 2003 fiscal year (June 30, 2003). The lines are grouped into two distinct divisions. Newark Division The Newark Division consists of the lines operating out of Newark Penn...


    8. Orange station (NJ Transit) - Wikipedia

      Orange is a New Jersey Transit station in Orange, Essex County, New Jersey, United States, along the Morris & Essex Lines (formerly Erie Lackawanna Railway). Eastbound service is available via the Kearny Connection to Secaucus Junction and Penn Station in Midtown Manhattan and there is also...


    9. Linden station (NJ Transit) - Wikipedia

      Linden is a New Jersey Transit station on the Northeast Corridor in Linden, New Jersey, United States. It is served by the Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast lines and located downtown on an embankment south of South Wood Avenue.


    10. Chatham station (NJ Transit) - Wikipedia

      Chatham is a railway station in Chatham, New Jersey. A commuter rail station, Chatham receives rail service from statewide provider NJ Transit on its Morristown Line, a branch of the Morris & Essex Lines. Trains on the Morristown Line go to both Hoboken Terminal and New York Penn Station.