The Cape May Seashore Lines operates excursion train service from Richland to Tuckahoe, from a scale reproduction of the original Richland Depot, which was removed in the mid-1960s.
On April 26, 2004, the Buena Vista Township Committee voted to temporarily rename the community of Richland, a section of Buena Vista Township. For the first half of the month of May 2004, Richland became Mojito, New Jersey, named after the Cuban rum drink. Bacardi had offered to give the township $5,000 for recreation projects in exchange for commemorating the new name with a sign on U.S. Route 40 for those weeks. Richland was chosen because it is home to the family-run Dalponte Farms, a major East Coast supplier of mint, an essential ingredient of the mojito.
^Richland-Tuckahoe Service, Cape May Seashore Lines. Accessed December 27, 2016. "The present Richland Village passenger station, along with a crossing watchman's shanty, are situated in the same location as the original structures, which were removed circa 1965 (the original passenger station), and during the 1930's (the original crossing watchman's shanty)."