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NJ TRANSIT TO RESTORE REGULAR BUS SERVICE INTO PHILADELPHIA MONDAY

PATCO to cross honor NJ TRANSIT bus tickets and passes

NEWARK, NJ —NJ TRANSIT anticipates restoring regular bus service tomorrow into Philadelphia following the end of Papal Visit events.

 

Direct bus service to and from Philadelphia will resume once the Ben Franklin Bridge is reopened and the United States Secret Service has cleared its security barriers along the NJ TRANSIT bus route.

 

PATCO will cross honor NJ TRANSIT bus tickets and passes in the interim until bus service begins.

 

           

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