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Judge rules in favor of Princeton rail station move

Posted on January 6, 2014

PRINCETON, N.J. — A county Superior Court judge ruled Princeton University was within its rights to move the Dinky station approximately 500 feet south because it had received the necessary approvals from NJ Transit, according to the Princeton Patch.

University officials announced plans to move the station south to make room for its now-under-construction Arts & Transit Neighborhood. Members of Princeton's "Save the Dinky," a local grassroots organization, filed suit in October of 2011 against Princeton University, the Trustees of Princeton University and NJ Transit, claiming there was no legal basis to move the train station and seeking a court judgment to stop it. For the full story, click here.

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