Forest Glen 4 Posted November 11, 2009 Share #1 Posted November 11, 2009 Today I was at Penn Station. At the NJ Transit office there was a SEPTA R7 schedule. Much to my dismay I found out that the average trip from NY to Center City Philadelphia on the NJ Transit and SEPTA combo is over 2 and a half hours. Megabus and Greyhound take two hours to travel the same distance. As most of you know Amtrak used to operate a commuter service from NY to Philadelphia called the Clocker. I propose that it is restored. However, NJ Transit would operate the service. The super express would use NJ Transit's bilevel trains. It would stop at NY, Secaucus, Newark, Newark Airport, Princeton Junction, Hamilton, Trenton, and then nonstop to 30th street before terminating at Market East. This would attract many of the people who currently use the bus to travel between NY and Philly. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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