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The Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York State consists of three railroads: Metro North Railroad, The Long Island Railroad, and the Staten Island Railroad.

Metro North Railroad - Pascack Valley Line
The Pascack Valley Line is run in partnership with the New Jersey Transit. www.njtransit.com    The Metro North Railroad consists of five main lines with 775 miles of track and a total rider ship of over 80 million. The railroad primary travels in New York State but also goes into two counties in the state of Connecticut.

The Pascack Valley Line is the shortest of the five railroads that compromise the MTA. The line extends from New Jersey Transit terminal in Hoboken NJ to Spring Valley. NY. (31 miles ) There are three stops in New York State with the rest of them in New Jersey. The two railroads west of the Hudson River, The Pascack Valley Line and The Port Jervis Line operate out of Hoboken NJ with connection to Penn Station via the Secaucus transfer.

There are 19 stops on the Pascack Line with the terminus at Spring Valley NY.

Fares from Hoboken to Spring Valley:

One way and round trip tickets may be purchased on board the train. However if the ticket office is open or a vending machine is available, there will be a $5.00 surcharge per passenger.

Adult One Way                                              $7.00

Child/ Senior/Disabled One Way                    $3.50

Adult Off Peak Round Trip                            $10.50

Child Off Peak Round Trip                            $5.25

There is no connecting service available from this station.

 

 

 




Inside the car from New York