List Of New Jersey Transit Stations
This list contains all stations served by New Jersey Transit trains. Stations owned or operated by Metro-North Railroad are marked in italics.
Read more about List Of New Jersey Transit Stations: Northeast Corridor Line, North Jersey Coast Line, Raritan Valley Line, Morristown Line, Gladstone Branch, Main Line, Bergen County Line, Montclair-Boonton Line, Pascack Valley Line, Atlantic City Line, Meadowlands Rail Line
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