Ramsey Route 17 station
Westbound train departing
|Owned by||New Jersey Transit|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Passengers (2012)||768 (average weekday)|
Ramsey Route 17 is one of two New Jersey Transit rail stations in Ramsey, New Jersey served by the Main and Bergen County Lines, as well as select trains on the Port Jervis Line. The station opened on August 22, 2004. The rail station is adjacent to NJ 17, allowing motorists to drive straight to the station from the highway.
There is a 5-level parking deck at the station which has over 1,000 spaces. Out of area people find it convenient to park here for weeks at a time for $4 a day and take the train into New York City or to Newark Liberty International Airport.
|■ Main Line||toward Suffern (Mahwah)|
|■ Bergen County Line||toward Suffern (Mahwah)|
|■ Port Jervis Line||toward Port Jervis (Suffern) limited service (Mahwah)|
|■ Main Line||toward Hoboken (Ramsey)|
|■ Bergen County Line||toward Hoboken (Ramsey)|
|■ Port Jervis Line||toward Hoboken (Secaucus Junction) limited service: (Ramsey)|
- Media related to Ramsey Route 17 (NJT station) at Wikimedia Commons