List of New Jersey Transit stations

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New Jersey Transit Rail Operations is the commuter rail system serving the State of New Jersey, as well as New York City, Rockland and Orange Counties in New York, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was established by New Jersey Transit in 1983 to acquire operation of all commuter rail service in New Jersey from Conrail (or Consolidated Rail Corporation), which itself had been formed in 1976 through the merging of a number of financially troubled railroads, and previously operated commuter railroad service under contract from the NJDOT. New Jersey Transit itself was established in 1979.

NJ Transit's rail network has 161 stations, and more are being planned with the effort to revive lines such as the former Lackawanna Cut-Off, West Trenton, Monmouth-Ocean-Middlesex and Lehigh Valley Lines.

Lines[edit]

New Jersey Transit Regional Rail lines
Line Daily ridership (FY 2012) Inbound terminus Alternate terminus
(When available)
Outbound terminus
30th Street Station Atlantic City Rail Terminal
Hoboken Terminal Suffern
Hoboken Terminal Penn Station (NYC) Gladstone
Lackawanna Cut-Off Future Lake Hopatcong Scranton
Hoboken Terminal Suffern
Hoboken Terminal Meadowlands
Hoboken Terminal Penn Station (NYC) Hackettstown
Hoboken Terminal Penn Station (NYC) Hackettstown
Penn Station (NYC) Trenton Transit Center
Penn Station (NYC) Hoboken Terminal Bay Head
Hoboken Terminal Spring Valley
Princeton Junction Princeton
Hoboken Terminal Penn Station (NYC) High Bridge
West Trenton Line Future Bridgewater Penn Station (Newark) West Trenton

Historical preservation of stations[edit]

Operating Passenger Railway Stations
Location New Jersey USA
Architectural style various
Governing body New Jersey Transit
NRHP Reference # individually[1]
NJRHP # 5080[2]
Significant dates
Added to NRHP June 22, 1984
Designated NJRHP June 12, 1970

In 1981, NJT commissioned the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) to conduct a study of 112 train stations under its jurisdiction built before World War 2 that were still in operation. The SHPO recommended that fifty-three stations be included in a thematic nomination for listing on the National Register of Historic Places, some of which had already been individually listed. They were added on June 22, 1984.[1] Most were along former lines and heritage railroads that became part of New Jersey Transit, while West Trenton Station is used by Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority

The oldest station building, built in 1868 at the Ramsey-Main Street Station was not listed, The oldest active station to be listed on NRHP was Hackensack's 1869-built Anderson Street Station, until it was destroyed in a fire and explosion in 2009, and thus was delisted. Proposals to revive service on the West Trenton Line and Lackawanna Cut-Off include the re-use of some NRHP-registered stations in both New Jersey and northeastern Pennsylvania.

Two significant individually-listed historic stations include Newark Pennsylvania Station and Hoboken Terminal, both of which are major stations that also serve as terminals for light rail, PATH subway trains, and in the case of Hoboken, ferries across the Hudson River to Pier 11 at Wall Street and the Battery Park City Ferry Terminal.

List of stations[edit]

This list contains all stations served by New Jersey Transit trains. Stations are listed in alphabetical order. Stations owned or operated by Metro-North Railroad or Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority are marked in italics. Though some Main Line and Bergen County Line trains continue north along Metro-North's Port Jervis Line, no stations north of Suffern (NJT station) will be included on this list.


Station Line Municipality County Former railroad Handicapped/disabled access Opened Notes
30th Street Atlantic City Line Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA Pennsylvania Handicapped/disabled access 1933 Also includes eleven Amtrak lines, All SEPTA Regional Rail lines,
and connections to MFL & SSTL subways and trolleys.
Aberdeen-Matawan North Jersey Coast Line Matawan Monmouth, NJ Jersey Cenrtal 1875
Absecon Atlantic City Line Absecon Atlantic, NJ Penn-Reading Seashore  ????
Allendale Main Line+Bergen County Line Allendale Bergen, NJ Erie 1870
Allenhurst North Jersey Coast Line Allenhurst Monmouth, NJ Jersey Central 1897
Analomink Lackawanna Cut-Off Analomink Monroe, PA Lackawanna Proposed Future station for revived Lackawanna Cut-Off
Anderson Street Pascack Valley Line Hackensack Bergen, NJ Erie 1869 Former NRHP station burned in fire in 2009. Still active.
Andover Lackawanna Cut-Off Roxbury Township Morris, NJ Lackawanna Proposed Future station for revived Lackawanna Cut-Off
Annandale Raritan Valley Line Annandale Hunterdon, NJ Jersey Central  ????
Asbury Park North Jersey Coast Line Asbury Park Monmouth, NJ Jersey Central  ????
Atco Atlantic City Line Atco Camden, NJ Penn-Reading Seashore  ????
Atlantic City Atlantic City Line Atlantic City Atlantic, NJ Penn-Reading Seashore 1989 Built by Amtrak as a replacement for old PRSL depot, which replaced former Union Station.
Avenel North Jersey Coast Line Woodbridge Middlesex, NJ Jersey Central  ????
Basking Ridge Gladstone Branch Bernards Township Somerset, NJ Lackawanna 1912
Bay Head North Jersey Coast Line Bay Head Ocean, NJ Jersey Central ????
Bay Street Montclair-Boonton Line Montclair Essex, NJ Montclair Connection Handicapped/disabled access 1981
Belle Mead West Trenton Line Belle Mead Somerset, NJ Reading c. 1940s Closed in 1982; Planned for reopening.
Belmar North Jersey Coast Line Belmar Monmouth, NJ Jersey Central ????
Berkeley Heights Gladstone Branch Berkeley Heights Union, NJ Lackawanna 1912
Bernardsville Gladstone Branch Bernardsville Somerset, NJ Lackawanna 1901
Blairstown Lackawanna Cut-Off Blairstown Warren, NJ Lackawanna 1911 Closed in 1970, planned for reopening.
Bloomfield Montclair-Boonton Line Bloomfield Essex, NJ Lackawanna 1912
Boonton Montclair-Boonton Line Boonton Morris, NJ Lackawanna 1905
Bound Brook Raritan Valley Line Bound Brook Somerset, NJ Jersey Central 1913 Replaced 1847-built Elizabethtown & Somerville Railroad Depot.
Bradley Beach North Jersey Coast Line Bradley Beach Monmouth, NJ Jersey Central 1912
Brick Church Morristown Line+Gladstone Branch East Orange Essex, NJ Lackawanna 1923 Replaced former 1878 Depot
Bridgewater Raritan Valley Line Bridgewater Township Somerset, NJ Jersey Central 1999 Replaced former Calco-CNJ station for American Cyanamid; Planned for West Trenton Line
Broadway Bergen County Line Fair Lawn Bergen, NJ Erie 1939
Chatham Morristown Line Borough of Chatham Morris, NJ Lackawanna 1914 Replaced 1838-built M&E station
Cherry Hill Atlantic City Line Cherry Hill Township Camden, NJ Penn-Reading Seashore Handicapped/disabled access  ????
Clifton Main Line Clifton Pasaic, NJ Lackawanna  ????
Convent Station Morristown Line Morristown Morris, NJ Lackawanna 1912
or 1913
Part of the College of Saint Elizabeth
Cranford Raritan Valley Line Cranford Union, NJ Jersey Central 1929
Delawanna Main Line Clifton Passaic, NJ Lackawanna 1925
Delaware Water Gap Lackawanna Cut-Off Delaware Water Gap Monroe, PA Lackawanna Future Will replace former historic Lackawanna Depot
Denville Morristown Line+
Montclair-Boonton Line
Denville Morris, NJ Lackawanna 1890s Site of Denville Junction
Dover Morristown Line+
Montclair-Boonton Line
Dover Morris, NJ Lackawanna 1902 Replaced an 1848 M&E station
Dunellen Raritan Valley Line Dunellen Middlesex, NJ Lackawanna 1954
East Orange Morristown Line, and
Gladstone Branch
East Orange Essex, NJ Lackawanna Handicapped/disabled access 1923 Replaced original depot built in 1836
East Stroudsburg Lackawanna Cut-Off East Stroudsburg Monroe, PA Lackawanna 1856 Closed 1960, Burned in a 2009 fire, then rebuilt; Planned for reopening
Edison Northeast Corridor Line Edison Middlesex, NJ Pennsylvania Handicapped/disabled access  ????
Egg Harbor City Atlantic City Line Egg Harbor City Atlantic, NJ Penn-Reading Seashore Handicapped/disabled access  ????
Elberon North Jersey Coast Line Elberon Monmouth, NJ Jersey Central Handicapped/disabled access 1899
Elizabeth Northeast Corridor Line, and
North Jersey Coast Line
Elizabeth Union, NJ Pennsylvania
(and ex-Jersey Central)
Handicapped/disabled access ???? Former CNJ Depot along an ex-Penn Line
Emerson Pascack Valley Line Emerson Bergen, NJ Erie  ????
Essex Street Pascack Valley Line Hackensack Bergen, NJ Erie Handicapped/disabled access 1869
Fanwood Raritan Valley Line Fanwood Union, NJ Jersey Central 1874
Far Hills Gladstone Branch Far Hills Somerset, NJ Lackawanna 1914
Garfield Bergen County Line Garfield Bergen, NJ Erie  ????
Garwood Raritan Valley Line Garwood Union, NJ Jersey Central  ????
Gillette Gladstone Branch Gillette Morris, NJ Lackawanna  ????
Gladstone Gladstone Branch Gladstone Somerset, NJ Lackawanna 1891
Glen Ridge Montclair-Boonton Line Glen Ridge Essex, NJ Lackawanna 1912
Glen Rock
(Borough Hall)
Bergen County Line Glen Rock Bergen, NJ Erie Handicapped/disabled access 1930 New station facilities 1990s
Glen Rock
(Main Line)
Main Line Glen Rock Bergen, NJ Erie 1905
Hackettstown Morristown Line+
Montclair-Boonton Line
Hackettstown Warren, NJ Lackawanna Handicapped/disabled access 1994 Built by NJT; Replaced former DL&W station 1868-1966.
Hamilton Northeast Corridor Line Hamilton Township Mercer, NJ Pennsylvania Handicapped/disabled access 1999 Built by New Jersey Transit
Hammonton Atlantic City Line Hammonton Atlantic, NJ Penn-Reading Seashore Handicapped/disabled access ????
Hawthorne Main Line Hawthorne Passaic, NJ Erie ????
Hazlet North Jersey Coast Line Hazlet Monmouth, NJ Jersey Central Handicapped/disabled access ????
High Bridge Raritan Valley Line High Bridge Hunterdon, NJ Jersey Central 1913
Highland Avenue Morristown Line+
Gladstone Branch
Orange Essex, NJ Lackawanna ????
Hillsborough West Trenton Line Hillsborough Somerset, NJ Reading Future
Hillsdale Pascack Valley Line Hillsdale Bergen, NJ Erie 1869
Hoboken Terminal Main Line, Bergen County Line,
Montclair-Boonton Line,
Morristown Line
Gladstone Branch
North Jersey Coast Line
Pascack Valley Line
Raritan Valley Line
Meadowlands Rail Line
Hoboken Hudson, NJ Lackawanna 1907 Also serves Metro-North's Port Jervis Line, two HBLR trolleys, and three PATH subways.
Ho-Ho-Kus Main Line+Bergen County Line Ho-Ho-Kus Bergen, NJ Erie 1908 Replaced two former station houses from the late-19th Century.
Hopewell West Trenton Line Hopewell Mercer, NJ Reading 1876 Former D&BB station closed in 1982. Planned for reopening
I-95 / Hopewell Township West Trenton Line Hopewell Township Mercer, NJ Reading Future
Jersey Avenue Northeast Corridor Line New Brunswick Middlesex, NJ Pennsylvania 1963
Kingsland Main Line Lyndhurst Township Bergen, NJ Lackawanna 1903
Lake Hopatcong Morristown Line+
Montclair-Boonton Line
Landing Morris, NJ Lackawanna 1911 Replaced an 1868 DL&W station
Lebanon Raritan Valley Line Lebanon Hunterdon, NJ Jersey Central ????
Lincoln Park Montclair-Boonton Line Lincoln Park Morris, NJ Lackawanna 1904
Linden Northeast Corridor Line+North Jersey Coast Line Linden Union, NJ Pennsylvania+Jersey Central ????
Lindenwold Atlantic City Line Lindenwold Camden, NJ Penn-Reading Seashore ???? Also includes the terminus of the PATCO Speedline
Little Falls Montclair-Boonton Line Little Falls Passaic, NJ Erie 1915
Little Silver North Jersey Coast Line Little Silver Monmouth, NJ Jersey Central 1890
Long Branch North Jersey Coast Line Long Branch Monmouth, NJ Jersey Central 1988 Replaced former NY&LB Station?
Lyndhurst Main Line Lyndhurst Township Bergen, NJ Lackawanna 1928 Replaced a former M&E Depot
Lyons Gladstone Branch Liberty Corner Somerset, NJ Lackawanna 1931
Madison Morristown Line Madison Morris, NJ Lackawanna 1916
Mahwah Main Line+Bergen County Line Mahwah Bergen, NJ Erie 1913 Elevated 1902, new station built 1913, replaced 1871-built depot which still exists today
Manasquan North Jersey Coast Line Manasquan Monmouth, NJ Jersey Central ????
Maplewood Morristown Line+Gladstone Branch Maplewood Essex, NJ Lackawanna 1902
Meadowlands Sports
Complex Station
Meadowlands Rail Line East Rutherford Bergen, NJ New Jersey Transit+Erie Handicapped/disabled access 2009 Built by NJT as a spur from the Pascack Valley Line
Metropark Northeast Corridor Line Iselin Middlesex, NJ Pennsylvania Handicapped/disabled access 1971 Built by NJDOT for Amtrak. Also includes four Amtrak trains.
Metuchen Northeast Corridor Line Metuchen Middlesex, NJ Pennsylvania Handicapped/disabled access 1888 Also served Amtrak during the 1970s.
Middletown North Jersey Coast Line Middletown Monmouth, NJ Jersey Central 1988 Replaced former NY&LB Depot
Millburn Morristown Line+Gladstone Branch Madison Essex, NJ Lackawanna 1907 Replaced 1837-built M&E Depot
Millington Gladstone Branch Millington Morris, NJ Lackawanna 1901 Replaced early-1870's-built M&E Depot
Monmouth Park North Jersey Coast Line Oceanport Monmouth, NJ Jersey Central ???? Serves Monmouth Park Racetrack
Montclair Heights Montclair-Boonton Line Montclair Essex, NJ Erie 1905 Closed in 1959, and reopened by New Jersey Transit
Montclair State University Montclair-Boonton Line Great Notch Passaic, NJ Erie Handicapped/disabled access 2004 Built by NJT for Montclair State University
Montvale Pascack Valley Line Montvale Bergen, NJ Erie Handicapped/disabled access 1930s
Morris Plains Morristown Line Morris Plains Morris, NJ Lackawanna 1915
Morristown Morristown Line Morristown Morris, NJ Lackawanna 1913
Mount Arlington Morristown Line+
Montclair-Boonton Line
Mount Arlington Morris, NJ Lackawanna Handicapped/disabled access 2008 Built by NJT. Replaced former DL&W station closed in the 1930s.
Mount Olive Morristown Line+
Montclair-Boonton Line
Mount Olive Township Morris, NJ Lackawanna Handicapped/disabled access 1994 Built by NJT as a replacement for a DL&W Depot closed in 1946
Mount Tabor Morristown Line Mount Tabor Morris, NJ Lackawanna 1881
Mountain Avenue Montclair-Boonton Line Montclair Essex, NJ Erie 1893 Replaced former 1873-built Montclair Railway Depot
Mountain Lakes Montclair-Boonton Line Mountain Lakes Morris, NJ Lackawanna 1912
Mountain Station Morristown Line+Gladstone Branch South Orange Essex, NJ Lackawanna 1914
Mountain View-Wayne Montclair-Boonton Line Wayne Passaic, NJ Erie Handicapped/disabled access 1963 Built by Erie-Lackawanna Railroad; Replaced two former NY&GL Depots, and a former Lackawanna Depot
Murray Hill Gladstone Branch Murray Hill Union, NJ Lackawanna Handicapped/disabled access 1891
Nanuet Pascack Valley Line Nanuet Rockland, NY Erie Handicapped/disabled access  ???? Leased by Metro-North
Netcong Morristown Line+
Montclair-Boonton Line
Netcong Morris, NJ Lackawanna Handicapped/disabled access 1901
Netherwood Raritan Valley Line Plainfield Union, NJ Jersey Central 1894
New Bridge Landing Pascack Valley Line River Edge Bergen, NJ Erie 1870 No station house since 1978; Named "North Hackensack" station until 2009.
New Brunswick Northeast Corridor Line New Brunswick Middlesex, NJ Pennsylvania Handicapped/disabled access 1903 Also serves Amtrak's Northeast Regional and Keystone Service.
New Providence Gladstone Branch New Providence Union, NJ Lackawanna 1899
Newark Broad Street Montclair-Boonton Line,
Morristown Line,
and Gladstone Branch
Newark Essex, NJ Lackawanna 1903 Replaced 1836-built M&E Depot; Also serves Newark Light Rail trolleys.
Newark Airport Northeast Corridor Line+
North Jersey Coast Line
Newark Essex, NJ Pennsylvania Handicapped/disabled access 2001 Built by PANYNJ for Newark International Airport; Also serves AirTrain Newark and Amtrak's Northeast Regional and Keystone Service.
North Branch Raritan Valley Line North Branch Somerset, NJ Jersey Central ????
North Brunswick Northeast Corridor Line North Brunswick Middlesex Handicapped/disabled access Future Projected opening 2018
North Elizabeth Northeast Corridor Line+
North Jersey Coast Line
Elizabeth Union, NJ Pennsylvania Handicapped/disabled access 1987 Built by NJT; Replacement for 1899-built PRR Depot.
Oradell Pascack Valley Line Oradell Bergen, NJ Erie 1891
Orange Morristown Line+Gladstone Branch Orange Essex, NJ Lackawanna 1918
Park Ridge Pascack Valley Line Park Ridge Bergen, NJ Erie 1872
Passaic Main Line Passaic Park Passaic, NJ Lackawanna 1902
Paterson Main Line Paterson Passaic, NJ Erie 1930
Peapack Gladstone Branch Peapack Somerset, NJ Lackawanna 1891
Pearl River Pascack Valley Line Pearl River Rockland, NY Erie 1873 Leased by Metro-North
Pennsauken T. C. Atlantic City Line Pennsauken Township Camden, NJ Penn-Reading Seashore Handicapped/disabled access 2013 Also includes River Line Trolleys
Penn Station
(New York City)
Northeast Corridor Line,
North Jersey Coast Line,
Montclair-Boonton Line,
Morristown Line,
Gladstone Branch, and
Raritan Valley Line
New York City New York, NY Pennsylvania Handicapped/disabled access 1910 Rebuilt between 1963 and 1968; Also includes sixteen Amtrak trains,
ten LIRR trains, and two NYC Subway lines with three trains each.
Penn Station
(Newark)
Northeast Corridor Line,
North Jersey Coast Line,
Raritan Valley Line
Newark Essex, NJ Pennsylvania Handicapped/disabled access 1935 Also includes two Newark Light Rail lines, PATH trains, and eleven Amtrak trains
Perth Amboy North Jersey Coast Line Perth Amboy Middlesex, NJ Jersey Central 1923
Plainfield Raritan Valley Line Plainfield Union, NJ Jersey Central Handicapped/disabled access 1902
Plauderville Bergen County Line Garfield Bergen, NJ Erie Handicapped/disabled access 1913 New station built 2011
Pocono Mountain Lackawanna Cut-Off Mount Pocono Monroe, PA Lackawanna Future Will replace 1908-built DL&W Depot
Point Pleasant Beach North Jersey Coast Line Point Pleasant Beach Ocean, NJ Jersey Central Handicapped/disabled access
Princeton Princeton Branch Princeton Mercer, NJ Pennsylvania Handicapped/disabled access 1918 Replaced 1865-built UNJ&C Depot, temporary station 2013–2014, new station 2014
Princeton Junction Northeast Corridor Line,
Princeton Branch
Princeton Jct. Mercer, NJ Pennsylvania Handicapped/disabled access 1987 Also serves Amtrak's Northeast Regional and Keystone Service.
Radburn Bergen County Line Radburn Bergen, NJ Erie 1930
Rahway Northeast Corridor Line, and
North Jersey Coast Line
Rahway Union, NJ Pennsylvania+Jersey Central 1913 Served Amtrak from 1971 to 1975.
Ramsey-Main Street Main Line+Bergen County Line Ramsey Bergen, NJ Erie 1868 Oldest active railroad station in New Jersey
Ramsey Route 17 Main Line+Bergen County Line Ramsey Bergen, NJ Erie 2004 Also includes Metro-North's Port Jervis Line
Raritan Raritan Valley Line Raritan Somerset, NJ Jersey Central 1890
Red Bank North Jersey Coast Line Red Bank Monmouth, NJ Jersey Central 1876
Ridgewood Main Line+Bergen County Line Ridgewood Bergen, NJ Erie 1916
River Edge Pascack Valley Line River Edge Bergen, NJ Erie 1900
Roselle Park Raritan Valley Line Roselle Park Union, NJ Lehigh Valley 1967
Rutherford Bergen County Line Rutherford Bergen, NJ Erie 1898 Replaced an 1862-built NY&E Depot
Scranton Lackawanna Cut-Off Scranton Lackawanna, PA Lackawanna Future Will replace former Lackawanna Terminal Hotel
Secaucus Jct. Main Line, Bergen County Line,
Montclair-Boonton Line,
Morristown Line,
Meadowlands Rail Line,
Northeast Corridor Line,
North Jersey Coast Line,
Pascack Valley Line,
Gladstone Branch, and
Raritan Valley Line
Secaucus Hudson, NJ Pennsylvania
(also Erie and Lackawanna)
Handicapped/disabled access 2003 Built along Penn/NEC Line over Erie and DL&W lines; Also serves Metro-North's Port Jervis Line
Short Hills Morristown Line+
Gladstone Branch
Short Hills Essex, NJ Lackawanna 1907 Replaced 1879-built M&E station
Somerville Raritan Valley Line Somerville Somerset, NJ Jersey Central Handicapped/disabled access Replaced former CNJ station
South Amboy North Jersey Coast Line South Amboy Middlesex, NJ Jersey Central Handicapped/disabled access
South Orange Morristown Line+
Gladstone Branch
South Orange Essex, NJ Lackawanna Handicapped/disabled access 1915
Spring Lake North Jersey Coast Line Spring Lake Monmouth, NJ Jersey Central Handicapped/disabled access
Spring Valley Pascack Valley Line Spring Valley Rockland, NY Erie Handicapped/disabled access 1924 Leased by Metro-North
Stirling Gladstone Branch Stirling Morris, NJ Lackawanna ????
Suffern Main Line+Bergen County Line Suffern Rockland, NY Erie 1941 Replaced 1887-built NY&E Depot; Also serves Metro-North's Port Jervis Line
Summit Morristown Line+
Gladstone Branch
Summit Union, NJ Lackawanna Handicapped/disabled access 1905
Teterboro Pascack Valley Line Teterboro Bergen, NJ Erie  ???? Also called "Williams Avenue"
Tobyhanna Lackawanna Cut-Off Tobyhanna Monroe, PA Lackawanna 1908 Closed in 1970, planned for reopening
Towaco Montclair-Boonton Line Towaco Morris, NJ Lackawanna Handicapped/disabled access 1911
Trenton T.C. Northeast Corridor Line Trenton Mercer, NJ Pennsylvania
(UNJR)
Handicapped/disabled access 1893
1976
2008
Also serves River Line Trolleys, SEPTA Trenton Line, and eleven different Amtrak trains
Union Raritan Valley Line Union Township Union, NJ Rahway Valley ????
Upper Montclair Montclair-Boonton Line Upper Montclair Essex, NJ Erie 1892 Replaced 1873-built Montclair Railway station
Waldwick Main Line+Bergen County Line Waldwick Bergen, NJ Erie 1886
Walnut Street Montclair-Boonton Line Montclair Essex, NJ Erie Handicapped/disabled access 1953 Replaced 1873-built Montclair Railway station
Watchung Avenue Montclair-Boonton Line Montclair Essex, NJ Erie Handicapped/disabled access 1904 Replaced 1873-built Montclair Railway station
Watsessing Avenue Montclair-Boonton Line Bloomfield Essex, NJ Lackawanna 1912 Replaced 1856-built N&B station
Wayne Route 23 T.C. Montclair-Boonton Line Wayne Passaic, NJ Erie Handicapped/disabled access 2008
Wesmont Bergen County Line Wood-Ridge Bergen, NJ Erie Handicapped/disabled access Proposed Construction began 2014; scheduled to open 2015.
West Trenton West Trenton Line (NJ Transit) Ewing Mercer, NJ Reading 1929 Currently only being used for West Trenton Line (SEPTA)
Westfield Raritan Valley Line Westfield Union, NJ Jersey Central Handicapped/disabled access 1892 (N)
1912 (S)
Westwood Pascack Valley Line Westwood Bergen, NJ Erie Handicapped/disabled access ????
White House Raritan Valley Line Whitehouse Station Hunterdon, NJ Jersey Central Handicapped/disabled access 1892
Wood-Ridge Pascack Valley Line Wood-Ridge Bergen, NJ Erie Handicapped/disabled access 1967 Replaced 1860s-built NJ&NY Depot
Woodbridge North Jersey Coast Line Woodbridge Township Middlesex, NJ Jersey Central Handicapped/disabled access 1939
Woodcliff Lake Pascack Valley Line Woodcliff Lake Bergen, NJ Erie ????

Former stations[edit]

NOTE: This list is for stations closed by New Jersey Transit only. Any stations closed by Central Railroad of New Jersey, Reading Railroad, Pennsylvania Railroad, Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines, Penn Central Railroad, Lehigh Valley Railroad, Rahway Valley Railroad, Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, Erie Railroad, Erie-Lackawanna Railroad, Conrail, or the NJDOT before 1983 will not be included on this list.

Station Line Municipality County Former railroad Opened Closed Notes
Ampere Montclair-Boonton Line East Orange Essex, NJ Lackawanna 1908 1991
Arlington Montclair-Boonton Line Kearney Hudson, NJ Erie 1899 2002
Benson Street Montclair-Boonton Line Glen Ridge Essex, NJ Erie 1883 2002
Fairmount Avenue Pascack Valley Line Hackensack Bergen, NJ Erie 1870 1983
Finderne Raritan Valley Line Finderne Somerset, NJ Jersey Central  ???? 2006
Great Notch Montclair-Boonton Line Great Notch Passaic, NJ Erie 1905 2010 Also served the Caldwell Branch until 1966
Grove Street Gladstone Branch East Orange Essex, NJ Lackawanna 1901 1991
Harmon Cove Bergen County Line,
and Pascack Valley Line
Secaucus Hudson, NJ 1978 2003
Harrison Montclair-Boonton Line Harrison Hudson, NJ Lackawanna 1906 1984
North Newark Montclair-Boonton Line Newark Essex, NJ Lackawanna  ???? 1984
North Rahway Northeast Corridor Line+
North Jersey Coast Line
Rahway Union, NJ Pennsylvania  ???? 1993
Roseville Avenue Montclair-Boonton Line,
Morristown Line, and
Gladstone Branch
Newark Essex, NJ Lackawanna 1905 1984
Rowe Street Montclair-Boonton Line Bloomfield Township Essex, NJ Erie 1955 2002

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Operating Passenger Railroad Stations" (PDF). National Park Service. May 8, 1984. Retrieved 2013-01-22. This nomination is the result of a survey of all 112 of New Jersey's operating passenger railroad stations built before World War II….Hoboken terminal… and Penn Station, Newark were excluded 
  2. ^ "New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places - Multiply/Thematic". New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection - Historic Preservation Office. Retrieved 2014-02-21. 

External links[edit]

For full information on any NJ Transit station, including locations, hours, parking, services, and real-time departures, see NJ Transit's station guide.

For information on Metro North owned and operated stations see MNR's station guide.