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New York Region Transit > Newark > Light Rail

Warren Street - NJIT

Year Opened 1935 Transfers Bus
Street Location Warren St Park-n-Ride No
Platform Layout 2 side platforms Right-of-Way Subway
# of Tracks 2 tracks Former Name(s) Warren Street
Points of Interest This station is right in the University district of Newark.
Street entrance to the outbound platform. (10/24/05) View looking from the outbound entrance. Note the short steps to the platform. Stations were designed to be converted to "Rapid Transit" station, thus high platforms, by streetcars required street level loading. (10/24/05)
Artwork depicting a canal boat. (10/24/05) Looking at the outbound platform (10/24/05)
View from the inbound platform (10/24/05) Surface view of Raymond Blvd and Warren St. Streetcars at one time turned from warren onto ramps on either side of Raymond blvd to enter the subway. The Warren St. Station is right below the photographer. (10/24/05)
This was the outbound ramp from the subway to the surface. (10/24/05)  

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