Sunday, April 27, 2014

I'll pass on today's ho-hum Sunday edition

Ramsey has one-third the population of Hackensack, but commuters in the affluent community are getting treated much better by NJ Transit, which beautifully restored the train station in 2005, above and below.

You can even borrow a paperback at the station.

The station as seen from Starbucks Coffee.


The closest thing to a train station in Hackensack is a new NJ Transit building on Anderson Street.

But it doesn't have any doors, and it may more accurate to call it a train shelter.

Compare the Hackensack building to Ramsey's beautifully restored station, originally built in 1864, during the Civil War.

Although the Hackensack building opened at the end of March, The Record has ignored it.

Another NJ Transit stop in Hackensack, at Essex Street, has more parking than Anderson Street, but nothing like the new structure to shelter commuters.

The new NJ Transit structure on Anderson Street in Hackensack.

No comments:

Post a Comment

If you want your comment to appear, refrain from personal attacks on the blogger. Anonymous comments are no longer accepted. Keep your racism to yourself.