Bergen Subdivision

Bergen Subdivision

The River Subdivision is a railroad line owned by CSX Transportation in the U.S. states of New Jersey and New York. The line runs from the North Bergen Yard in Hudson County, New Jersey north to Selkirk, New York along the alignment of the West Shore Railroad, a former New York Central Railroad line.

Read more about Bergen Subdivision:  History, Current Operation, Points of Interest, Radio Frequencies, Popular & Photogenic Route, Freight Traffic, Future Operations, Proposals & Improvements

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Bergen Subdivision - Future Operations, Proposals & Improvements
... to add sidings and supersidings along portions of the River Subdivision, as rail traffic along this route has increased due to escalating fuel prices, deteriorating and / or congested arterial highways ... speed without stopping or reverting back to complete double tracking from North Bergen to Selkirk ... with minimal difficulty as the River Subdivision was originally double track operation (when constructed by the New York, West Shore Buffalo / New York Central Railroad) ...
River Subdivision (CSX Transportation) - Current Operation - Trackage Prior To 2008
... a point located in Bogota, New Jersey, was originally part of the Bergen Subdivision

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