Walter Rand Transportation Center Improvement Project
A World-Class Transportation Hub that is Uniquely Camden
The NJ TRANSIT Walter Rand Transportation Center (WRTC) Improvement Project is an exciting redevelopment project that will transform the current facility into a modern, vibrant, and customer-focused transit hub for the entire South Jersey region, including Camden residents and visitors. The new WRTC will be fully accessible and compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The WRTC Improvement Project is currently in the design concept phase, and we will be seeking your input.
- To create a modern and inviting transportation center in the City of Camden.
- To offer better passenger flow in the center, so commuters know exactly where they need to be and can get there easily.
- To provide passengers and visitors with a first-class customer experience.
Gateway to Camden
Residents of Camden, along with community organizations, leaders, and small and large businesses, have worked hard to reclaim the city’s story and promote its strength and beauty. The new WRTC will serve as a gateway to Camden and welcome visitors offering many their first glimpse into the invincible city. Through community art and architectural design, our goal is to showcase Camden’s historic past and bright future.
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History of the Walter Rand Transportation Center
Constructed in 1989 and owned by NJ TRANSIT, WRTC is the largest multi-modal transportation hub in South Jersey. In its role as a regional transportation center, it currently houses services for 26 NJ TRANSIT bus lines, a station of the NJ TRANSIT River LINE light rail, a station of the Port Authority Transit Corporation (PATCO) Speedline subway, and a shuttle stop for the South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA). WRTC also contains 450 parking spaces and administrative offices.