N.J. River Line light rail service to resume at 3 p.m.

    New Jersey’s River Line will resume light rail service between Camden and Trenton at 3 p.m. Wednesday, but most other transit in the state remains suspended in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

    The Christie administration sent out a press release early Wednesday afternoonwith the latest transit updates:


    “Due to significant damage across the State’s public transportation network, NJ TRANSIT rail and Access Link service will remain suspended until further notice.  Newark Light Rail and Hudson Bergen Light Rail service also remain suspended until further notice.  While bus service within the Camden area resumed service today, all other NJ TRANSIT bus service continues to remain suspended until further notice.”

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    Downed trees and exposed wires still keep most lines from running normally, with several bus routes in Camden County being the exception.

    PATCO resumed service Wednesday morning at reduced speeds.

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