The ACES train was supposed to be a direct connection from New York City to Atlantic City, but revenue loss and other issues helped lead to its demise.
The Atlantic City Expressway Service debuted in February 2009 but struggled in its opening year and showed a profit loss instead of a gain.
Two years later, the train decreased its service from year round to just spring and summer service.
Just this past week, the Associated Press reported the three casinos that subsidized the train – Caesar’s, Harrah’s and the Borgata – pulled the plug.
Looking back, what do you think was the biggest problem for ACES? What was your experience like riding ACES? If there were to be another option in the future, would you use it? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.