Union Traction Company

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Union Traction Company
Industry Public transportation
Fate Merged
Successor Public Service Railway
Founded 1894

The Union Traction Company was a trolley line that ran from Hackensack through Carlstadt to Rutherford, New Jersey. The line was conceived by Delos E. Culver.[1][2] Originally the line was to run from Hackensack to Kearny, New Jersey but the company became insolvent and was merged into other trolley lines before the line could be fully built.[3]

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  1. ^ Bergen County History Accessed March 1, 2010.
  2. ^ http://www.scripophily.net/untrconewje1.html Accessed March 1, 2010.
  3. ^ NY Times Accessed March 1, 2010.