Hudson-Bergen Light Rail

Hudson-Bergen Light Rail
Hudson-Bergen Light Rail à la station Exchange Place

Le Hudson-Bergen Light Rail (HBLR) est un tramway, dans les villes de Bayonne, Jersey City, Hoboken, Weehawken, Union City, et North Bergen, au l'État du New Jersey aux États-Unis. C'est géré par New Jersey Transit.

Histoire

  • 22 avril 2000: 34th Street / West Side Avenue - Liberty State Park - Exchange Place, avec 12,3 km et 12 stations
  • 19 novembre 2000: Exchange Place - Pavonia-Newport, avec 1,6 km et 3 stations
  • 29 septembre 2002: Pavonia-Newport - Hoboken Terminal, avec 1,9 km et 1 station
  • 15 novembre 2003: 34th Street - 22nd Street, avec 1,5 km et 1 station
  • 7 septembre 2004: Hoboken Terminal - Lincoln Harbor, avec 3,5 km et 3 stations
  • 25 février 2006: Lincoln Harbor - Tonnelle Avenue, avec 4,7 km et 3 stations. La station Port Imperial a ouverte le 29 octobre 2005 pour le service des week-ends seulement jusqu'à ce que la ligne était prolongé à la station Tonnelle Avenue.

Lignes

Carte du Hudson-Bergen Light Rail

Les trois lignes du Hudson-Bergen Light Rail:

  • 22nd Street (Bayonne) — Hoboken Terminal
  • West Side Avenue (Jersey City) — Tonnelle Avenue (North Bergen)
  • Hoboken Terminal — Tonnelle Avenue (North Bergen)

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