IRVINGTON BUS TERMINAL
Project Highlights / Scope of Work
• Constructed new bus terminal including electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems
• Repaired existing parking structure
• Constructed new parking lot, sidewalks and curbs
Originally built in 1947, this New Jersey Transit project involved an extensive renovation and expansion of the second busiest bus terminal in the state. The finished product resulted in wider bus lanes, a redesigned waiting area, enhanced parking and improved pedestrian links.
Performed in several phases, new electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems were installed and the building was expanded to include amenities making the facility more “commuter friendly”.
Extensive site work was required to construct the new parking lot. The short-term parking lot was redesigned to maximize usage and improve traffic flow. Existing curbs, sidewalks and islands were removed and new ones installed. Paving and striping completed the project.
This new facility can accommodate 12,500 riders and more than 450 bus arrivals / departures daily. It is now an attractive option to use mass transit.