The first public meeting for the Liberty State Park Circulator Cost-Benefit Analysis was held on Thursday, 24 January between 4:30 PM and 8 PM at City Hall, 280 Grove Street, Jersey City, NJ. There was an open house during which the public could view displays and talk to members of the Sam Schwartz Engineering project team. A formal presentation was made followed by a question and answer session. Four board members and several supporters were present. Unfortunately, strong opposition to any track in the park was voiced by Friends of Liberty State Park. Progress with the study can be viewed on their website: www.lsptransitstudy.com
Archive for January, 2013
On 6 January Liberty Historic Railway rescued an historic, 35 foot, SEALAND intermodal container from the Liberty Humaine Society, across Jersey City Boulevard from Liberty Science Center. It was moved to the Friends of NJ Transportation Heritage Center storage yard at the Pump House in Phillipsburg. This compliments the SEATRAIN container rescued by LHRy and used for storage at the URHS Boonton Yard.