Gateway Shortlists Five Teams for NJ Side of Hudson Rail Tunnel
The Gateway Development Commission shortlisted all five teams that submitted qualifications for the first tunneling portion of the long-awaited $16.1-billion Hudson Tunnel Project to create another passenger rail connection between New York and New Jersey. Those teams will be invited to submit proposals for a contract the commission expects to award next year.
The design-bid-build contractor would be responsible for digging the western portion of the two tunnels through the New Jersey Palisades from North Bergen to Hoboken using tunnel boring machines. Each tunnel would be about 5,100-ft long with an inside diameter of 25 ft, 2 in. The scope of work also includes six cross passages.
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