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  1. they did? when and where? i just know they did for the 86P
  2. they should have the display on the 85 working for AD
  3. there is also the 125 and 88/C to union city for the 160
  4. u can always take path from WTC/33rd to hoboken for the 85 to AD or journal sq for the or 88/C/125 to union city for 160 2 to secaucus for train or bus
  5. makes sense since busses to/from NY is higher than local fares
  6. The LED signs on the 85 to american dream blank out but everything else still work
  7. 2 to secaucus junction train to secaucus or 78 to secaucus
  8. From what ive seen so far there is a program for the 85 to American dream because the nabi's have the side speakers but the display doesnt show so some busses still have Secaucus Harmon Meadow
  9. Clark and Cran. was closed weekends not Montague, but instead of the E platform why not the A and C chambers platform like last time
  10. Today is the day of the 85, 703 and 772 route change but busses will temporarily start/end at Lot G of MetLife
  11. NJ TRANSIT Initial Transportation Service to American Dream - Beginning Saturday, August 31, 2019 August 29, 2019 Initial service to include Express Buses from Port Authority Bus Terminal and Secaucus Junction to American Dream, as well as Expanded Local Service As part of the initial phase of service to American Dream, NJ TRANSIT will operate express bus service from New York City, as well as an express bus service from Secaucus beginning on opening day, October 25, and expand three local bus routes, beginning on August 31, all on a pilot basis. A new bus route, the No. 355, will operate daily express service from the Port Authority Bus Terminal (PABT) to the American Dream every 30 minutes. Bus Route No. 356 will operate daily express service from Secaucus Junction to American Dream every 30 minutes. To provide transportation options for American Dream employees prior to the opening, three local bus routes – the Route No. 85, which operates from Hoboken/Union City to Secaucus; Route No. 703, which operates from Paterson/Passaic to East Rutherford; and Route No. 772, which operates from Hackensack to the Meadowlands – will expand their operating hours and include stops at American Dream beginning on Saturday, August 31. These three bus lines initially will stop at the Racetrack at the Meadowlands until completion of the dedicated hub at American Dream and will continue operations once opened. Additionally, Route No. 772 will be expanding to include Saturday and Sunday service. NJ TRANSIT will implement the expanded weeknight service and new weekend service effective August 31. To utilize Route No. 356 express bus service from Secaucus Junction customers may travel on any rail line that serves Secaucus Junction or any of the five NJ TRANSIT bus routes that serve Secaucus Junction and transfer to Route No. 356 express bus for direct service to American Dream. They are: No. 2, Journal Square to Secaucus No. 78, Newark to Secaucus No. 124, PABT to Secaucus-Harmon Cove No. 129, PABT to Secaucus No. 329, Harmon Cove to Secaucus Rail service will be added once the rail system is resilient enough that doing so won’t adversely affect NJ TRANSIT commuters. Bus fare information from PABT and Secaucus to American Dream, schedules and gate departure information will be determined and announced as the opening date gets closer. NJ TRANSIT Initial Transportation Service to American Dream - Beginning Saturday, August 31, 2019 NJ TRANSIT will conduct public hearings to receive comments on the new weeknight and weekend service on Route No. 772 and the new express bus service, Route No. 355, to/from the PABT. Prior to the public hearings, these services will be implemented on a pilot basis to allow for the collection of public comments. These comments will be considered when the final decision is made to make the expanded service permanent. Dates, times and locations of the public hearings will be forthcoming. For more information and language assistance, please call NJ TRANSIT Customer Service at (973) 275-5555 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily.

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