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MULBERRY STREET REOPENS AS SUBWAY EXTENSION REACHES MILESTONE
January 3, 2005
NEWARK, NJ — NJ TRANSIT Executive Director George Warrington, Newark Mayor and State Senator Sharpe James and Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo will cut the ribbon to officially reopen Mulberry Street between Raymond Boulevard and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center as the initial construction phase ends for the subway extension.
The subway extension will link Newark Penn Station and Broad Street stations, making downtown businesses and attractions more accessible.
Members of the media interested in attending may call Ken Hitchner at (973) 491- 7078.
WHO: Newark Mayor/State Senator Sharpe James
Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo
NJ TRANSIT Executive Director George Warrington
WHAT: Mulberry St. reopens as tunnel construction ends for Newark City Subway extension
WHEN: Tuesday, January 4, 2005 at 11 a.m.
WHERE: Mulberry & Park streets – Subway Station (near NJPAC)