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Pennsauken Transit Center Opens |
South Jersey regional transit options are expanding thanks to the arrival of the Pennsauken Transit Center.
NJ TRANSIT's newest intermodal transit hub links all three modes of transportation - rail, light rail and bus service - at one convenient location. Customers can make easy connections between Atlantic City Rail Line trains, River LINE light rail trains and No. 419 buses at one convenient location.
Customers traveling to the transit center will find a 270-space parking lot and multiple amenities for customers at both the Atlantic City Rail Line and River LINE stations, including:
- Fully accessible platforms with canopies
- State-of-the-art public address systems with digital and static signage
- Ticket vending machines
- Artwork representing historical highlights of the Pennsauken area (pictured)
- Benches, lighting, stairs, elevators and public restrooms
Atlantic City Rail Line trains operate between the Atlantic City Rail Terminal and Philadelphia's 30th Street Station, with connections to NJ TRANSIT buses and jitney service in Atlantic City, and Amtrak and SEPTA service in Philadelphia.
River LINE trains operate between Camden and Trenton, with connections to NJ TRANSIT buses and PATCO trains in Camden, and NJ TRANSIT buses/trains, SEPTA and Amtrak in Trenton.
Bus Route No. 419 operates between Camden and Burlington City, with connections to other buses and River LINE stations along the route.
The Pennsauken Transit Center project was funded with state and federal funds.