Trains are running again in Atlantic City and Princeton.
Gov. Phil Murphy has announced rail service will resume on both the Atlantic City Rail Line to Philadelphia and the Princeton Dinky line on May 12.
There's almost three months to go for people who rely on the train in South Jersey.
Murphy ordered NJ Transit Executive Director Kevin Corbett to announce the restoration dates of the Atlantic City and Princeton rail lines.
South Jersey commuters traveled to the NJ Transit board meeting to express their frustration concerning the discontinued Atlantic City Rail Line. Service was initially supposed to resume last month.
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