The Glassboro-Camden Line light-rail mission will broaden on present passenger rail service all through and 18-mile hall.
The Glassboro-Camden Line (GCL) light-rail mission in South New Jersey has achieved a major mission milestone with the completion of a complete Environmental Impact Examine (EIS).
The EIS, performed by nationally acknowledged transportation specialists, was a vital section that fastidiously reviewed the mission’s environmental impacts within the area with suggestions from members of the group. The proposed GCL is sponsored by the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA), Port Authority Transit Company (PATCO), and NJ TRANSIT.
“The GCL mission is a crucial transportation hyperlink for South Jersey, one that’s lengthy overdue,” mentioned Jeffrey L. Nash, Camden County commissioner and DRPA vice chairman. “The GCL will serve to cut back our carbon footprint, improve property values for householders, spark financial alternatives for companies, and supply a handy technique of transportation for employees, college students, and people who need quick access to the schools, hospitals, and cities.”
The GCL is an 18-mile passenger mild rail line that may traverse Gloucester and Camden counties, together with the communities of Glassboro, Pitman, Sewell, Mantua Township, Deptford Township, Wenonah, Woodbury Heights, Woodbury, Westville, Brooklawn, Gloucester Metropolis, and Camden. The GCL restores passenger rail service in a hall that traditionally supplied passenger rail service.
The South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA) has dedicated $200 million in direction of the subsequent section of the mission — preliminary engineering design and mission administration.
View the environmental influence research.