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SUBSTITUTE BUS SERVICE TO OPERATE ON PORTION OF ATLANTIC CITY RAIL LINE

Buses to replace trains between New Jersey and Philadelphia, Sunday through Thursday nights from Sept. 9 until Nov. 15

September 4, 2012
NJT-12-074

NEWARK, NJ — Starting Sunday, September 9 and continuing until Thursday, November 15, NJ TRANSIT’s Atlantic City Rail Line service will be replaced by buses between Lindenwold and Cherry Hill stations and Philadelphia at selected times to accommodate PATCO’s continuing project to replace utility poles along the railroad right-of-way. 

During this time, buses (operated by Academy Bus) will replace trains between Lindenwold, Cherry Hill and Philadelphia from approximately 9 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. Sunday through Thursday nights.  Customers are advised to allow extra travel time.  Regular rail service will operate on Friday and Saturday nights.

Substitute bus service will operate as follows (see a timetable for details):

On Sunday nights (and early Monday mornings) ONLY:

Monday to Thursday nights (and early Tuesday-Friday mornings):

Important Information for Customers

Customers are advised to follow directions given by NJ TRANSIT, Academy Bus and Amtrak staff (at 30th Street Station), as well as to listen closely to station and onboard announcements for additional information. 

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