Rebuilt Train Station Revitalizes New Jersey Community

The Northeast headhouse of the glass-and-steel PATH station in Harrison, New Jersey, which replaced its 80-year-old predecessor in October, is open for service and showcases what lies ahead for the community’s new transportation hub.

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The new station features modern amenities, glass-enclosed weather-protected station entrances, modern elevators, widened stairs and escalator access to the platform.

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The glass and metal PATH station replaces the adjacent outdated platform, which had been serving the Northeast Corridor line since 1937.

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WSP was part of a joint venture to design the new $180 million portion of the train station, working on behalf of PATH.

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An Oct. 30 celebration marked the official grand opening of the station’s Northeast headhouse for passenger service.