The lack of a station platform is noticeable at Manasquan, facing northward towards downtown Manasquan. The station depot is visible to the left.
Manasquan, New Jersey
|Owned by||New Jersey Transit|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Connections||NJT Bus: 317 and 830|
|Passengers (2012)||208 (average weekday)|
Manasquan is a railway station in Manasquan, New Jersey, United States. It is served by trains on New Jersey Transit's North Jersey Coast Line. In May 2011, ticket vending machines were installed on both sides of the station depot at Manasquan. Commuter parking is free at the station, but it shares its lot with the customers of the pub adjacent to station.
This station is not listed as accessible by New Jersey Transit. Passengers must use the train stairs to climb up to the cars or descend to street level. There is no ramp or platform to aid the handicapped in boarding. This station consists of two tracks for each respective direction; the track corresponding to New York Penn Station-bound trains does not have a concrete platform and is reached by crossing the track corresponding to Bay Head-bound trains.
|■ North Jersey Coast Line||toward New York or Hoboken (Spring Lake)|
|■ North Jersey Coast Line||toward Bay Head (Point Pleasant Beach)|
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