inaugurates River LINE light rail service
Governor McGreevey headed the list of
officials who inaugurated the new River
LINE light rail service at its stops between
Trenton and the Camden waterfront on March
13. This historic opportunity for southern
New Jersey will provide rail access to
thousands of citizens and spur the economic
revitalization of this entire corridor.
The $1.10 fare offers stops in 12 other
communities as well as easy connections
to area public transportation. River LINE
riders in Trenton can connect to Amtrak
and NJ TRANSIT's Northeast Corridor Line
to Newark Penn Station, Newark Liberty
International Airport, New York Penn Station
and stations in between.
At the Camden end, River LINE riders
can get off at the Entertainment Center,
the Aquarium and the Walter Rand Transportation
Center where they can make connections
to NJ TRANSIT buses, PATCO, Lindenwold
and the Atlantic City Rail Line.
In addition, NJ TRANSIT's Capital Connection
buses travel between the Trenton Rail
Station, Downtown Trenton and the State
House. BurLink operates shuttle bus service
from several Burlington County stations
along the River LINE and the South Jersey
Transportation Authority runs shuttle
buses and vans to worksites in Burlington,
Camden and Gloucester counties.
Schedules and further information are
available online at http://www.RiverLINE.com.