Welcome to the Garden State of New Jersey. Various operators provide service throughout the state. The largest is New Jersey Transit. They operate buses throughout the state with many going to New York City and Philadelphia. Their rail operations start at New York's Penn Station and Hoboken Terminal and go in many directions serving many locations. The Atlantic City Line goes from Philadelphia to Atlantic City and is the only rail line not to serve Newark or Hoboken. There is a light-rail along the Hudson River called the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, a light rail line along the Delaware River called the River Line, and a subway called the Newark City Subway.

Another operation is PATCO, the Port Authority Transit Corporation. It operates a single rail line from Lindenwold, NJ to Philadelphia.

Lastly, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey operates PATH, formerly the Hudson & Manhattan Railroad. It operates from Newark, Hoboken, Midtown Manhattan, and the World Trade Center (as the station is still called) and serves Harrison, Exchange Place, Journal Square, and Pavonia.

This site contains photos of New Jersey Transit trains, and buses throughout the service area as well as the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, Newark City Subway, River Line, and PATH and PATCO.


The Newark City Subway is technically a light rail line.
Official NJT Web Site: http://www.njtransit.com
Official PATCO Web Site: http://www.drpa.org/patco/index.html
Official PATH Web Site: http://www.panynj.gov


This train does not continue past this station. In order to continue your journey, transfer to one of the trains continuing past this point, or click "BACK" to take the return trip back to Grand Central.
New Jersey Transit
Rail Operations
There are 12 lines from two divisions, Newark and Hoboken.
Bus Operations
Photos of various NJT Buses
Hudson-Bergen Light Rail
The HBLR currently runs between Hoboken and Bayonne
Newark City Subway
Did you know Newark, NJ has a subway?
River Line
Diesel light rail service from Trenton to Camden
The PATCO, also known as the Lindenwold High Speed Line, operates from Lindenwold to Center City Philadelphia.
Port Authority Trans Hudson is a vital link from New Jersey to New York.
Grand Central

This line has been in operation since