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RIVER LINE SERVICE ADJUSTED SATURDAY, JUNE 2 FOR TRACK WORK

Northbound service will be 15 minutes later than published times

May 31, 2007
NJT-07-054
Contact: Joe Dee 973-491-7083

NEWARK, NJ — River LINE service will be modified for several hours on Saturday, June 2 to accommodate scheduled track maintenance work in the area of Duck Island that will improve ride quality.

Northbound River LINE trains will depart Camden’s Entertainment Center Station on the hour and half hour from the start of the service day until late afternoon. Trains normally depart at :15 and :45 after the hour.

During this period, River LINE trains will continue to operate at 30 minute intervals, as normal, but northbound trains will arrive at each station 15 minutes before or after times published in timetables.

Northbound trains will resume a normal schedule once the track work is completed during the afternoon hours. NJ TRANSIT will advise customers of the restoration of regular service at www.njtransit.com and via public address announcements.

Southbound trains from Trenton will operate according to the regular Saturday schedule.

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