North Jersey Coast Line

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<!--Article also may need rewrites in some sections.-->The North Jersey Coast Line is a New Jersey Transit commuter rail service operating between New York Penn Station or Hoboken Terminal and Bay Head, New Jersey. On rail system maps the North Jersey Coast Line is colored light blue, and its symbol is a sailboat.

Most trains operate between Long Branch and New York Penn Station with frequent rush-hour service and hourly local service during off-peak times. Diesel shuttle trains operate between Long Branch and Bay Head and are timed to meet the electric trains for through service. Hourly New York to Long Branch service operates on weekends, with bi-hourly diesel shuttle service (with some extra trains) between Long Branch and Bay Head. Full hourly service operates during the peak summer season.

During weekdays, 5 round trip diesel trains run directly from Bay Head to Hoboken Terminal using the Waterfront Connection since September 9, 1991. This allows riders on the non-electrified part of the line to access Newark Penn Station and Hoboken Terminal on a one-seat ride. Passengers can reach New York via the Northeast Corridor Line at Newark or PATH at Newark or Hoboken.

Some electric trains terminate at South Amboy or Aberdeen-Matawan; these trains make all stops from New York Penn Station. They provide local service for the Northeast Corridor stops of Rahway, Linden, Elizabeth, and North Elizabeth during rush hours.

Physical characteristics

The line is double track...
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