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Hudson-Bergen Light Rail (HBLR)
The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail (HBLR) connects residential Bayonne and western Jersey City with Jersey City's Exchange Place and Newport Center, and Hoboken Terminal. The HBLR system map provides a picture of the line across the larger geographic region and includes points of interest, a layout of the PATH system, and major thoroughfares, tunnels, and ferry lines that connect New Jersey and New York City. Each station stop along the HBLR is highlighted with customer information, including accessibility and connecting service options at each location.
Newark Light Rail (NCS)
The Newark Light Rail (NCS) links neighboring suburbs to Newark's downtown area. The Newark Light Rail (NCS) system map provides a picture of the line across the greater Newark area. Each station stop along the Newark Light Rail is highlighted with customer information, including accessibility and connecting service options at each location. In addition, this map includes points of interest in Newark, the route of NJ TRANSIT rail lines that serve Newark Broad Street and Newark Penn stations, major thoroughfares, and some local roadways.
River LINE
The River LINE connects New Jersey's capitol city, Trenton, to the city of Camden by way of communities located along the Delaware River. The River LINE system map provides a picture of the line across the larger geographic region and includes points of interest in Trenton, Camden, and neighboring Philadelphia. Each station stop along the River LINE is highlighted with customer information, including accessibility and connecting service options at each location. The map also includes a layout of the PATCO rail system and NJ TRANSIT's Atlantic City Line.
System maps provide a visual resource for customers who wish to locate transportation services in different regions of New Jersey. These maps also provide information on the cities, towns, and other transportation options that surround our services. For customer convenience, each map includes contact information for individuals who need assistance. Each map is available in Adobe Acrobat PDF (Portable Document Format).
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