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NJ Transit enters MOU to advance North Brunswick train station project

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced NJ Transit and MCIA have entered into a memorandum of understanding to develop the North Brunswick Station.
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New Jersey Transit and the Middlesex County Improvement Authority (MCIA) have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU), laying the groundwork for the development of the North Brunswick commuter-rail station, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced yesterday. 

The MOU calls for the design and construction of a train station at the North Brunswick Transit Village along the Northeast Corridor. Under the agreement, MCIA will serve as the project manager.

The $50 million project will be funded through the New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund.

“We identified the North Brunswick Train Station as a priority with the renewed Transportation Trust Fund because we recognized the need for expanded transportation services and the opportunity for immediate and long-term economic growth,” said New Jersey state Senate President Steve Sweeney.