NJ TRANSIT Innovation Challenge
NJ TRANSIT is pleased to announce the availability of our Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Innovation Challenge. To request a copy of the RFP, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
How would you move a stadium's worth of people seamlessly and continuously between Secaucus Junction and the Meadowlands Sports and Entertainment Complex, anchored by MetLife Stadium and American Dream, seven miles away? NJ TRANSIT invites you to participate in an innovative public-private partnership to develop the innovative solutions and systems that will turn this challenge into a reality.
Frank R. Lautenberg Station at Secaucus Junction is one stop from New York Penn Station, and is served by seven NJ TRANSIT bus routes and every NJ TRANSIT rail line except the Atlantic City Line. Meadowlands Station is at the end of the Meadowlands Line right of way (ROW), which overlaps with the Main-Bergen Line and Pascack Valley Line, and includes the Hackensack Bridge river crossing. It serves American Dream, Meadowlands Race Track, and MetLife Stadium.
- 82,500 NFL game attendees, and 52,000 concert attendees at MetLife Stadium
- Up to 20,000 NJ TRANSIT riders for MetLife events
- More than 30 million annual American Dream visitors
- 500-6,000 hourly transit riders to American Dream (depending on season, day of week, and time of day)
- 30 minute average trip time (Includes brake test + changing ends)
Who We Are
NJ TRANSIT is the nation's third largest transit agency and the largest statewide system in the United States. We safely move more than 900,000 customers every weekday on more than 700 train services, 2,000 buses and three light rail systems in one of the most densely populated areas of the world. We operate more than 500 track miles of commuter rail and 100 miles of light rail service.