Opened in 2003, Secaucus Junction was built as a major transfer hub for the New Jersey Transit system. Built where the Corridor crosses over the Main/Bergen/Port Jervis lines, the station allows passengers on Hoboken-bound trains to switch to trains to New York Penn Station, and vice versa.
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... City, New Jersey roughly bounded by Secaucus at Penhorn Creek (named for William Pinhorne), The Riverbend of the Hackensack River and the Hudson ... There are no passenger stations although Secaucus Junction is nearby ... crossing the district is County Road, which connects Jersey City Heights with Secaucus ...
... was working on a plan to bring the 7 train service of the New York City Subway to Secaucus Junction ...
Famous quotes containing the word junction:
“In order to get to East Russet you take the Vermont Central as far as Twitchells Falls and change there for Torpid River Junction, where a spur line takes you right into Gormley. At Gormley you are met by a buckboard which takes you back to Torpid River Junction again.”
—Robert Benchley (18891945)