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Mazzeo and Armato Call on NJ Transit Executive Director for Answers on Atlantic City Rail Line Closure

Ahead of a public meeting with NJ Transit officials this week to discuss the prolonged closure of the Atlantic City Rail Line, Assemblymen Mazzeo and Armato released the following statement on NJ Transit Executive Director Kevin Corbett's failure to reopen the line after the installation of positive train control:

"As the leader of NJ Transit, Kevin Corbett should be able to offer honest answers as to why the Atlantic City Rail Line remains closed. But all he's done is mislead commuters time and time again," said Mazzeo (D-Atlantic). "When Corbett came to Atlantic City last summer to talk to commuters, he assured them the trains would be back up and running by Jan. 1. We've blown past that deadline with no end in sight. With the work on positive train control complete, Corbett needs to give us a good and honest reason for the Atlantic City Rail Line closure."

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Mazzeo and Armato Statement on Public Meeting with NJ Transit Regarding Atlantic City Rail Line Closure

Continuing efforts to demand answers from NJ Transit on the Atlantic City rail line closure, Assemblymen Vince Mazzeo and John Armato released the following statement on next week's public meeting with NJ Transit officials:

"Since the day the Atlantic City Rail Line closed in September, riders have waited and waited in anticipation for the line to reopen. But months later, it's still closed, and NJ Transit has failed to give us a straight answer as to why," said Mazzeo (D-Atlantic). "We've heard from people who depend on the rail line every day to get to work or school, veterans who ride the train to see specialist doctors in Philadelphia, and tourists who come to Atlantic City by rail. After months of inconvenience and struggle, it's about time they got an explanation. It's not just transportation we need; it's transparency."

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