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New Jersey Transit Rail is the backbone commuter rail service serving the state. The regional railroad become it's own operation in 1983 taking over NJDOT-subsisidized operations from Conrail. Every line has at least some trains that enter another state, either New York or Pennslyvania. Two projects in the 1990s, the Waterfront Connection and Kearny Connection, belended some terminal operations of the previously disconnected ex-Eire Lackawana Hoboken division, and ex-Pennslyvania and ex-Central Railroad of New Jersey Newark division trains, allowing some lines to serve both Hoboken and New York-Penn Station. The opening of Secaucus Junction Station in 2003, allows passengers easy connections and enabled through ticketing between all NJ Transit rail stations, except for the Atlantic City Line, making the lines of formerly competing private railways a coherent network.

From New York-Penn Station:

Northeast Corridor
Northeast Corridor
North Jersey Coast Line
North Jersey Coast Line

From Newark-Penn Station
(limited off-peak weekday service from New York-Penn Station):

Raritan Valley Line
Raritan Valley Line

From Hoboken Terminal or MidTOWN DIRECT Service from New York-Penn Station:

Morristown Line
Morristown Line
Gladstone Branch
Gladstone Branch
Montclair-Boonton Line
Montclair-Boonton Line

From Hoboken Terminal:

Morristown Line
Main Line
Bergen County Line
Bergen County Line
Pascack Valley Line
Pascack Valley Line

From Philadelphia-30th Street Station:

Atlantic City Line — No Content Yet

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Last Updated: 22 November, 2020
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