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NEWARK, NJ – NJ TRANSIT has suspended further ticket sales for the Atlantic City Rail Line (ACRL) due to high volume of ticket purchases in advance of the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl victory parade on Thursday, February 8th, 2018.  The ACRL ticket sales suspension applies to all travel between Atlantic City and 30th Street in Philadelphia including all intermediate stations. 


All customers will need pre-purchased tickets to board the ACRL for the entire service day on Thursday, February 8th.  Customers who are traveling the ACRL on Wednesday, February 7th will be able to purchase tickets on board the train without the surcharge.


The following adjustments will be made for ticket-holding customers only:

Rail for ticket-holding customers only




IMPORTANT:  Customers at Walter Rand Transportation Center have the option to walk across the Ben Franklin Bridge pedestrian walkway.  Be advised this walk is approximately 1.9 miles. 


River LINE


Access Link

NJ TRANSIT is prohibiting all beverages on all trains and buses to and from Philadelphia as well as all River LINE light rail vehicles on Thursday, February 8th. This policy will be strictly enforced.  As a reminder, all beverages, including alcohol, are not permitted on NJ TRANSIT buses at any time regardless of event. Disorderly, agressive or intoxicated behavior will not be tolerated.


Customers are reminded to remain vigilant for any suspicious activity while on the NJ TRANSIT system. If you see something, say something.  To call in a tip, dial 1-888-TIPS-NJT or text a tip to NJTPD (65873).

Note:  Customers are advised that SEPTA will have limited service between Trenton and Philadelphia 30th St. station.  This includes NO SERVICE FROM TRENTON AFTER 7:14 A.M.


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NJ TRANSIT is the nation's largest statewide public transportation system providing more than 944,000 weekday trips on 252 bus routes, three light rail lines, 12 commuter rail lines and through Access Link paratransit service. It is the third largest transit system in the country with 165 rail stations, 62 light rail stations and more than 18,000 bus stops linking major points in New Jersey, New York and Philadelphia.