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NJ TRANSIT RAIL SERVICE TO RESUME REGULAR SCHEDULE FOR MORNING RUSH HOUR IN NORTH JERSEY

Customers urged to continue to check njtransit.com for latest information

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

January 24, 2017

 

NEWARK, NJ — NJ TRANSIT trains in North Jersey will resume a regular operating schedule for the Tuesday morning rush hour.  The Atlantic City Rail Line remains suspended between Philadelphia 30th Street station and Cherry Hill due to the Conrail Delair Bridge being stuck in the open position. Substitute bus service is being provided between 30th Street station and Cherry Hill.  In addition, NJ TRANSIT Atlantic City Rail Line rail tickets and passes are being accepted on the PATCO system

Bus and Light Rail operations are expected to follow a normal rush hour schedule as well with the following exception.  Bus service to and from Warwick, NY will originate/terminate at Greenwood Lake Park & Ride due to inclement road/weather conditions.  Bus Route No. 196 will not service Skyline Drive due to weather related road conditions.

NJ TRANSIT will continue to monitor the weather conditions throughout the day and will provide updates should the status of the system change. Customers should continue to check our web site at www.njtransit.com where they can sign up for service alerts as well as monitor social media channels and broadcast, web, and print media for additional information.

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