New Jersey Transit
The Secaucus Transfer Station expansion included four main program elements. The Northeast Corridor Modifications Project involved expansion of the NEC alignment from two to four tracks. This required construction of new viaducts, bridges and embankments with extensive track, civil, structural, signaling, electrification, communications and environmental work.
The Rail Transfer Station Project involved construction of a rail station located at the intersection of the Northeast Corridor and the Main Line. The station consists of a lower level serving the Main Line, an intermediate level serving the Northeast Corridor and an upper level concourse area housing management, operations, retail, ticketing, etc. The Main/Bergen Connection Project involved construction of two new tracks over which Bergen County and Pascack Valley trains would be routed to the Main Line. The Main Line was also expanded from two to four tracks to accommodate the Bergenand Pascack Valley trains.