Trenton Transit Center links Mercer County and the greater Delaware Valley area, Bucks County and Philadelphia with Camden, Newark, New York City, Boston, and Washington, D.C.. Because of frequent NJ Transit high-speed rail service between New York's Pennsylvania Station and the Trenton Transit Center, the City of Trenton is connected with Newark Liberty International Airport, Princeton University, Secaucus Junction to Hoboken and New York State, and Midtown Manhattan.
The Trenton Transit Center consists of a station building, four boarding locations, and a separate platform for the River LINE. The River LINE terminal is found across the street from the station building at street level, one story above the Northeast Corridor tracks. The River LINE platform consists of two low-level side platforms and two tracks that end in bumper blocks. These two tracks cross over the Northeast Corridor and then bend southwards towards the river, where they head towards Camden.Trenton Train Station
72 South Clinton Avenue
Trenton, NJ 08609
1234 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107