jamesinclair wrote:is the study for PATCO or for River Line?Patco. This is from the year 2020 budget approved st tidaysNJT Board meeting:
This program provides funding for transit expansion projects, including River Line Glassboro-Camden Light Rail Improvements, new station construction, ferry program, fixed guideway improvements (Rail, Light Rail, BRT, and Ferry), and related vehicle and equipment acquisition. Also included are FTA new starts projects authorized under New Jersey Urban Core or SAFETEA- LU. Potential projects in this category include (in no rank order): Northern Branch Rail; HBLR Extension to Secaucus; HBLR Secaucus-Meadowlands Connector; Passaic-Bergen rail service on the NYS&W east of Hawthorne using Diesel Multiple Unit (DMU) passenger equipment; Restoration of commuter rail service on the NYS&W west of Hawthorne; Port Morris Improvements; West Shore--Hoboken to West Haverstraw; NERL Elizabeth Segment from NJ TRANSIT'S Northeast Corridor Midtown Elizabeth Station to Newark Liberty International Airport via the Elizabeth Waterfront; Restoration of commuter rail service on the West Trenton line; River LINE LRT Capitol Extension; Second Phase of River LINE LRT/PATCO Extension; Glassboro- Camden Light Rail; Route 1 BRT, Second Phase of NERL (Newark Penn Station to Newark Liberty International Airport); Commuter rail extension in Monmouth and Ocean Counties; Lehigh Third Track Capacity Improvements; Extension of Cape May Seashore Line north to Hammonton (to Atlantic City Rail Line); Commuter Rail extension to Phillipsburg, improvements on the Atlantic City Rail Line, new rail station improvements such as Atlantic City Line/River LINE connection, Moynihan Station, Penn Station New York access improvements and platform extensions, Penn Station New York Central Concourse, Penn Station New York West End Concourse, E-yard expansion, Bus Rapid Transit Initiatives, Park and Rides and Smart Card Technology Program along with other new systemwide, rail, bus, and light rail initiatives arising during the year.