Glen Rock–Boro Hall station

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Glen Rock–Boro Hall
Glen Rock Boro Hall Station Sept2021 (5) corrected.jpg
Glen Rock Boro Hall station facing southbound towards Radburn station
Coordinates40°57′41″N 74°07′45″W / 40.9614°N 74.1292°W / 40.9614; -74.1292Coordinates: 40°57′41″N 74°07′45″W / 40.9614°N 74.1292°W / 40.9614; -74.1292
Owned byNew Jersey Transit
Platforms2 side platforms
ConnectionsNJT Bus NJT Bus: 164, 175 (at adjacent bus station)
746 (on Maple Avenue)
Other information
Fare zone8
OpenedOctober 1, 1881[2]
Previous namesParamus (1881–1891[1])
2012992 (average weekday, including Main Line station)[3]
Preceding station NJT logo.svg NJ Transit Following station
toward Suffern
Bergen County Line Radburn
toward Hoboken
Former services
Preceding station Erie Railroad Following station
Bergen County Railroad Radburn

Glen Rock–Boro Hall is one of two railroad stations operated by New Jersey Transit in the borough of Glen Rock, Bergen County, New Jersey, United States on the Bergen County Line. Its name comes from the fact that the Glen Rock Municipal Building is located immediately east of the station, and to differentiate it from the Glen Rock–Main Line station, which lies two blocks west on Rock Road (County Route 134).


The station opened on October 1, 1881 as Paramus.[2] The station was renamed in 1891.[1]

Station layout[edit]

Train #1253 departing Boro Hall station

The station has two tracks, each with a low-level side platform. Although the platforms are not high-level, Boro Hall is handicap accessible via use of two ramps, one on either side of the platform.

Pedestrian access to both platforms is available along Rock Road, and from a pedestrian underpass on Maple Avenue and the entrance to the station's parking lot on Glen Avenue. Paid parking is available by use of a ticket machine system; previously the borough employed parking meters.

The Boro Hall station is located three blocks from the Main Line station in Glen Rock.

Platform level
Side platform, doors will open on the right
Track 1      Bergen County Line toward Waldwick or Suffern (Ridgewood)
     Port Jervis Line does not stop here
Track 2      Port Jervis Line does not stop here →
     Bergen County Line toward Hoboken (Radburn)
Side platform, doors will open on the right
Street level Station building, ticket machines, parking


  • Poor, Henry Varnum (1884). Poor's Manual of Railroads. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: H.V. & H.W. Poor. Retrieved July 28, 2020.


  1. ^ a b "City and Suburban News". Paterson Daily Guardian. Paterson, New Jersey. November 14, 1891. Retrieved February 6, 2018.
  2. ^ a b Poor 1884, p. 167.
  3. ^ "QUARTERLY RIDERSHIP TRENDS ANALYSIS" (PDF). New Jersey Transit. Archived from the original (PDF) on December 27, 2012. Retrieved January 4, 2013.

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