Hudson-Bergen Light Rail (3 stations)

NJ Light Rail in Hoboken, NJ

(Three Hoboken stops)

In case you've never taken a ride on the Light Rail, see below for many photos of what each station looks like.

How many of you ride it regularly? What are your opinions?

Description – Light Rail connecting Hoboken to other areas in the Hudson/Bergen counties. See web site for map and station details.
Services – Light Rail
Website –

Hoboken Terminal – NJ Transit Light Rail

Location 1 (Hoboken Train Station):
Address – 1 Hudson Pl, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030

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2nd Street Station – NJ Transit Light Rail – Hoboken, NJ

Location 2 (second street):
Address –
125 Marshall St, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030

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9th Street Station – NJ Transit Light Rail – Hoboken, NJ

Location 3 (ninth street):
Address – 580 9th St, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030

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33 Comments on "Hudson-Bergen Light Rail (3 stations)"

9 years 4 months ago

Since parking is at such a premium in Hoboken, I sometimes take the light rail from Lincoln Harbor to Hoboken. It’s quiet, clean and efficient.

You should have checked out the station at 48th and Bergenline. The station is decked out to look like the start of an amusement park ride.

9 years 4 months ago

I took it to have dinner in JC the other night and was plesantly surprised that you no longer have to change trains in Hoboken terminal to get over to Exchange Place.

9 years 4 months ago

while the light rail will make those living in the back of hoboken connected with society again, i can’t help but think that inside the cars smell similiar to a urinal.

9 years 4 months ago

I don’t really like the light rail. It’s good to have the option but when I used to take it to the path (I lived back on Madison) sometimes the conductors would see you busting your butt running and would still leave without you. It only runs every 15 minutes, never times up well with the path, and once I was caught without a properly validated ticket during rush hour and was charged 75 bucks! Plus I don’t think it’s a fair rate to charge $1.75 if you’re taking it locally within Hoboken.