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Starting Your Trip to New York by Light Rail

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Newark Light Rail
Newark Light Rail service between Newark Penn Station and Newark Broad Street Station is your best connection to trains for New York City . Customers can take Newark Penn Station service from Grove Street Station in Bloomfield or Broad Street station and arrive at Newark Penn Station for Northeast Corrider or North Jersey Coast Line trains to New York Penn Station (Separate train fare required).

Hudson-Bergen Light Rail
Customers can take Hudson-Bergen Light Rail to Hoboken Terminal for train service to New York via connections at Secaucus Junction. (Additional fare required)

River LINE
Customers can take River LINE to Trenton from stops in Camden, Burlington and Mercer counties. At Trenton Transit Center take Northeast Corridor trains to Penn Station New York.

Customer Information

Light rail is a great place to begin your trip. You'll need to connect to NJ TRANSIT bus or rail service to New York. For information to plan or complete your trip, visit Know Before You Go.