5 NJ Transit stations to undergo improvements to comply with ADA

Five New Jersey Transit train stations will soon be more accessible for people with disabilities.

News 12 Staff

Oct 19, 2022, 12:09 AM

Updated 634 days ago

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Five New Jersey Transit train stations will soon be more accessible for people with disabilities.
The announcement comes after the New Jersey U.S. Attorney’s Office reached a settlement with NJ Transit for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.
“In ways large and small, people with disabilities were denied full access to transportation services – whether it was the lack of access to restrooms, no signs, bad ramps, poor access to elevators, or that parking spaces were just too small for those who needed wheelchair access, U.S. Attorney Philip Sellinger wrote in a statement.
The stations that will see improvements include Newark Penn, Princeton Junction, MetroPark, Trenton and New Brunswick.
Platforms, parking lots and restrooms will be improved so that the stations comply with the ADA.


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