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During weekdays, five round trip diesel trains have run from Bay Head to Hoboken Terminal using the Waterfront Connection since September 9, 1991.
Passengers can reach New York via the Northeast Corridor Line at Newark, or PATH at Newark or Hoboken.
The Club also hosted various onboard activities to preserve its heritage.
Club members enjoyed guaranteed and spacious seating as part of their annual membership fee that the Club remitted to New Jersey Transit as part of its lease agreement.
The North Jersey Coast Line has five movable bridges of the twelve used by the NJT rail network, the most on any one line.
All these bridges were originally double-track spans, but the Manasquan bridge has been single-tracked since the mid-1970s.
In 2004, the Comet II Club Car went through a custom overhaul by Alstom and was furnished, with the Club's funding, to include reclining lounge chairs, spacious seating, at-seat fold down tables, and private conference tables.
As on the 1982 extension the insulators can handle 25 k V.
The catenary is self-adjusting (constant tensioning) with ambient temperature.
Some electric trains terminate at South Amboy or Aberdeen-Matawan and make all stops from New York Penn Station, providing local service for the Northeast Corridor stops of Rahway, Linden, Elizabeth, and North Elizabeth during rush hours.
The line is double track except for the bridge over the Manasquan River at Brielle.