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Re: Political efforts to resurrect ''Bergen Loop'' to connect to Amtrak Gateway afoot

Posted by Joe V on Sat Apr 28 15:01:18 2012, in response to Re: Political efforts to resurrect ''Bergen Loop'' to connect to Amtrak Gateway afoot, posted by Chris R16/R2730 on Sat Apr 28 14:26:43 2012.

I don't know about the RVL- there is not much bus competition: just the 113 & 117, which has a lot of walk-in/drop off business at bus stops. They would not fit in station parking lots and they are not expanding. Westfield ain't Cranford, and they will never build a deck. The 114 is really a local, an excrutiatingly slow one at that, that turns its riders over once or twice between Bridgewater and Manhattan.

The NJT numbers I have (NJT publishes a quarterly rider analysis pdf) is daily loadings (which is double the actual number of people):

RVL: 21,400 (NYPS = 8,150, 38%)
Main/Bergen: 26,200 (NYPS = 9,200, 35%)
Pascack: 6,850 (NYPS = 1,850, 27%)


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