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NJ Transit to break ground on three-station rehab project


Today, New Jersey state and local officials plan to join New Jersey Transit execs in a ground-breaking ceremony to kick off a three-station, $22.9 million rehabilitation project.

In February, NJ Transit awarded the rehab contract to E.E. Cruz & Co., which will repair and waterproof 80-year-old viaducts at the agency's Brick Church, South Orange and East Orange stations on the Morris & Essex Line — the agency's second-busiest segment.

Scheduled to conclude in 2006, the project includes demolishing and re-building exterior stairs, repairing viaducts, waterproofing structures, and improving track-bed and platform drainage.

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