New Jersey Transit will be adjusting its bus service in South Jersey to provide customers with additional travel options to the Florence River Line light rail station and a new hospital opening in Mullica Hill.
“We have heard from our customers that they want bus service in South Jersey to include a stop at the River Line’s Florence Station,’’ Transit President and Chief Executive Officer Kevin Corbett said in a statement. “I am pleased that we were able to include those requests in this new bus service adjustment. By extending the service, customers will now have reduced wait times and can get to their final destinations faster.’’
Beginning Aug. 31, at the request of customers, service will be extended on Bus Route Nos. 409 and 413 to include stops at the Florence River Line station.
Bus Route No. 409 services Trenton-Willingboro-Philadelphia and will provide more trips between Philadelphia and Trenton with 30-minute peak, 45-minute midday and 60-minute late evening weekday service. In addition, there will be hourly service on the weekends.