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New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and NJ TRANSIT president and CEO Kevin Corbett (left) at a press conference earlier this year. New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and NJ TRANSIT president and CEO Kevin Corbett (left) at a press conference earlier this year.

NEWARK, NJ—Following up on repeated statements that the state is looking to advance further transit-oriented development projects, NJ TRANSIT has issued a Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) to identify an experienced private developer or joint venture partnership of developers to implement TOD projects on NJ TRANSIT owned property adjacent to the River LINE Light Rail system.

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