The Community Advocate Center
Edwin James Lafferty of Woodbury, Founder of New Sharon Fire Company

Connecting Communities with the Glassboro-Camden Line


The Glassboro-Camden Line (GCL) is a proposed 18-mile passenger rail line between Glassboro & Camden in South Jersey. The line restores passenger rail service along an existing rail line traversing Gloucester & Camden counties. The GCL will improve transit service along the Glassboro to Camden corridor with a focus on increasing mobility and improving links between the established communities, jobs, and activity centers.
 
For more frequently asked questions answered, visit GlassboroCamdenLine.com
 
 

What will the GCL look like?

Learn more about the GCL light rail vehicles!
  • The latest technology available for light rail vehicles
  • Environmentally friendly - clean diesel-electric
  • FRA compliant - meet stringent safety guidelines
 
 
Safety is paramount to all aspects of the
Glassboro-Camden Line project.
 
The project involves upgrading the safety of the corridor at the crossings and along the right-of-way. Pedestrian and bicycle walkways and crossings would be installed at rail crossings. Safety and security measures will continue to be refined during preliminary engineering in consultation with the public and the corridor jurisdictions. Learn more...
 
 
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A Vital Transportation Link
The Glassboro-Camden Line will significantly impact transportation in South Jersey. The new commuter rail line will benefit thousands of commuters while strengthening communities, creating jobs, bolstering economies, and promoting economic development.

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