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NJ Transit begins to build Mount Arlington station


Yesterday, New Jersey Transit broke ground on a new station in Mount Arlington.

When it opens in late 2007, the facility will be served by trains on the Montclair-Boonton and Morristown lines. Passengers will have the option to travel to Hoboken Terminal or transfer to midtown Manhattan-bound trains.

The station will feature two high-level platforms, heated waiting shelters, a pedestrian underpass, and public address and passenger communication systems. The project includes reconfiguring and expanding an existing park-and-ride lot to include 300 parking spaces.

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