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Repairs are coming to NJ Transit’s Trenton Transit Center Station thanks, in part, to a federal grant.
More than $18.2 million from the Federal Railroad Administration’s “State of Good Repair” program will go toward a variety of projects to make improvements at the station that connects NJ Transit with Amtrak and SEPTA, the Philadelphia-area subway system.
Among the projects are fixes to improve accessibility and fix deteriorating platforms and canopies.
NJ TRANSIT will invest $7.1 million and Amtrak will contribute $1.6 million to complete the project.
Colleen Wilson covers the Port Authority and NJ Transit for NorthJersey.com. For unlimited access to her work covering the region’s transportation systems and how they affect your commute, please subscribe or activate your digital account today.
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