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EuroStar wrote:May I make a suggestion? The executive director has been holding public feedback sessions. Why not go to one of them and inquire about this? Make a suggestion that they adjust the schedule. While there is no guarantee, you would be surprised how much can be accomplished if one tries to do something rather than just complain about it. If you cannot go to one of the sessions go to one of the monthly board meetings or just write a polite letter explaining the issue.Doesn’t look like anyone did this and this thread has just been brought from the dead so I decided to try it. We’ll see what happens!
While your mileage might vary depending who you contact, how well they understand the issue and how close/far they are from the decision makers on that particular issue, you would do good for many fellow passengers by pointing this out to the people at NJT. My personal experience was that certain schedule adjustment was made about 6 months after I wrote a letter explaining certain overcrowding issues during rush hour.
WashingtonPark wrote: ↑Tue Dec 24, 2019 12:51 pm Try this. https://www.rome2rio.com/map/Trenton/Pe ... ne-Station Click on tram. Type in your stations.Thanks for replying, but I don't see where R2R gives a distance for public transport options, only driving/walking (which is the same with Google Maps.)
Graeme Salt wrote: ↑Tue Dec 24, 2019 3:35 pmIt's there. Click on tram, scroll, click on the small Riverline purple icon. Look to the right of the purple header. It's 26.8 miles Rt.73 to Trenton. Route 73 to South Burlington is 10.9 miles. It will do mileage between any two stations, but the website isn't user friendly and you'll have to work on it to get the hang of it.WashingtonPark wrote: ↑Tue Dec 24, 2019 12:51 pm Try this. https://www.rome2rio.com/map/Trenton/Pe ... ne-Station Click on tram. Type in your stations.Thanks for replying, but I don't see where R2R gives a distance for public transport options, only driving/walking (which is the same with Google Maps.)
Incidentally Wikipedia gives mileages for NJT heavy rail lines, but not the River Line.
lensovet wrote: ↑Thu Dec 26, 2019 1:35 am Looking at the map there's a wye that goes from northbound river line to eastbound AC line. would it make any sense to run service over this to Haddonfield and back? is the wye even operational?The portion of the wye you are referring to is the route that WPCA-20 utilizes (Mon - Fri) to access the Hainesport Industrial Track from Pavonia Yard in Camden, via the Atlantic City Line.