Allied Junction/Secaucus Transfer Station—A Private/Public Partnershipby Michael N. Lewis, Edwards and Kelcey, Inc, United States,
Ronald A. Wiss, Edwards and Kelcey, Inc, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Major Development and Transportation Projects: Public/Private Partnerships
Abstract: This paper describes the background behind the development of the Allied Junction/Secaucus Transfer Station project, the improvements to the New Jersey TRANSIT rail network in Northern New Jersey, and to the overall transportation system in the Hackensack Meadowlands. The unique attributes, which are instrumental in making this project so beneficial, of a plot of land owned by the Allied Junction Corporation, are identified. The roles of NJ TRANSIT and the Allied Junction Corporation in the creation of the public/private partnership are reviewed, together with the estimated costs and probable sources of funding for this major public/private project.
Subject Headings: Public private partnership | Rail transportation | Railroad stations | Financing | Corporations | Bus stops | New Jersey | North America | United States
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