UPDATED Nov 2nd: Transportation Services Improving After Sandy

31 Oct

The storm is over and the cleanup has begun but it is still difficult and can be dangerous to get around some towns. Below is a list of transportation service closures and openings.

NJ Transit: NJ TRANSIT has extending the validity period for October monthly passes until Wednesday, November 7 for customer convenience. UPDATE: Northeast Corridor service is restored between the Trenton Transit Center and NY Penn Station; service is on a special schedule. Riverline has resumed regular weekday service. Limited bus service. Bus route Nos. 600, 601, 602, 603, 604, 605, 606, 607, 608, 609, 610, 611, 612, 613, 619 & 655 remain suspended until further notice.

Access Link: Service is operating in the following regions: Region 2, which includes Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties.Region 3, which includes Atlantic, Cape May and Southern Ocean County.

SEPTATrenton Regional Rail: On or close to schedule.  West Trenton Regional Rail: On or close to schedule.

Amtrak: Amtrak will provide Acela Express and Northeast Regional modified service on the Northeast Corridor between Boston and Washington, D.C., via New York City, on Friday, November 2. Before traveling to Boston-South Station, New York-Penn Station, Philadelphia-30th Street Station, or other Amtrak locations, passengers should make reservations and/or use the eTicketing option with their computers and smartphones. Amtrak services to and from New York City are subject to delay while repairs continue.

PATH: Service is suspended for approximately 7 – 10 days.

MTA: Service will be FREE until 11:59pm Friday November 2nd. For information about which lines are suspended please go to www.mta.info/

Ride Provide: UPDATE: Service is running.

Bank of America/ML Shuttle: Service suspended until further notice.

Princeton FreeB: Running on or close to schedule.

Route 130 Connection: Service suspended until further notice.

Mercer County TRADE: Full service is running. Please call 609 530-1971 for more information.

Bridges into/out of NYC are open. Holland Tunnel remains closed.

Bridges over the Delaware between NJ and PA are open.

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