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Grove Street (NLR station)

This article is about the Newark Light Rail station. For the PATH station, see Grove Street (PATH station).
Grove Street
Station statistics
Address 224 Grove Street
Bloomfield, New Jersey, 07003
Coordinates

40°46′49″N 74°11′16″W / 40.7804°N 74.1879°W / 40.7804; -74.1879Coordinates: 40°46′49″N 74°11′16″W / 40.7804°N 74.1879°W / 40.7804; -74.1879

Line(s)
Connections 90
(in front of station)
11, 28, 29, 72
(on Bloomfield Avenue)
Other information
Opened 2002
Accessible
Owned by New Jersey Transit
Services
Preceding station   Newark Light Rail   Following station
Terminus Grove Street – Newark Penn
Preceding station   Erie Railroad   Following station
toward 
Orange Branch
Prospect Street-East Orange
toward 

Grove Street Station is a surface station on the Newark City Subway Line of the Newark Light Rail system. It is the terminus of the line and the first following the line leaving the Raymond Boulevard tunnel. It is located at Grove Street (Essex CR 509) in Bloomfield, New Jersey just north of Bloomfield Avenue, along Norfolk Southern's Orange Line, which continues westward beyond the station, and was once part of the New York and Greenwood Lake Railway, a subsidiary of Erie Railroad. A 160 space park and ride lot is located one block from the station.

Transfers

  • New Jersey Transit buses: 11, 28, 29, 72, 90 NOTE: All buses except for the 90 stop on Bloomfield Avenue.

External links

  • Grove Street entrance from Google Maps Street View


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