Freeholders ask for study into re-establishing commuter rail service

    For many in Morris County, it seems much of the day is spent away from home and on the roads… stuck in heavy traffic.

    But according to The Star-Ledger, Freeholders have passed a resolution asking for a study that would examine the feasibility of re-establishing commuter rail service on the New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway.

    The study would exmaine the commuter rail service in Morris, Sussex and Passaic counties.

    The Star-Ledger rpeorts the plan is still in its early stages, however, the idea would see a rail line reaching north just over the Sussex County border near Stockholm.  The line would also extend to Hawthorne, according to the report.

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