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Recovery Projects (ARRA)

Project Scope
The Pennsauken Transit Center construction project involves the construction of a new intermodal station and parking facility in Pennsauken, NJ to allow passengers from NJ TRANSIT's RiverLINE light rail service to transfer to NJ TRANSIT's Atlantic City Line commuter rail service as well as local bus service.

The scope includes construction of an approximately 280-space surface parking facility, a single low-level RiverLINE light rail platform, two high-level platforms on the Atlantic City Line, connecting stairs and elevators and a bus shelter and boarding area.

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

  • Appendix A: Figures
  • Appendix B: Correspondence
  • Appendix C: Photographs
  • Appendix D: Background
  • Appendix E: Traffic Data
  • Appendix F: Air
  • Appendix G: Noise
  • Appendix H: Parking - Ridership Data
  • Appendix I: Cultural Resource Investigation
  • Appendix J: Phase 1A Environmental Assessment
  • Appendix K: Project Plan
  • FTA Letter regarding Finding of No Significant Impact

    FTA Finding of No Significant Impact

  • Attachment A: Site Map and Project Area Map
  • Attachment B: Correspondence
  • Attachment C: Measure to Minimize Harm
  • Project Cost
    $39.747 million($39.104 million funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009).

    NJ TRANSIT Department of Capital Planning and Programs
    December 2009