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Re: Nine-month suspension coming to three light rail stops in JC
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i understand the need to fix the pipe, but really a complete shutdown. what about reduced service? closure at night and/or just one track open.


They need to rip up the tracks, remove the overhead wires, and bring in equipment to dig down to the pipe. You can't run "reduced service" when the infrastructure itself is gone.


Some people just refuse to understand the constraints and limitations of certain situations.
well, they said the L train needed to be shut down too. doesn't it hurt to ask if there are alternatives

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i understand the need to fix the pipe, but really a complete shutdown. what about reduced service? closure at night and/or just one track open.


They need to rip up the tracks, remove the overhead wires, and bring in equipment to dig down to the pipe. You can't run "reduced service" when the infrastructure itself is gone.


Some people just refuse to understand the constraints and limitations of certain situations.

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i understand the need to fix the pipe, but really a complete shutdown. what about reduced service? closure at night and/or just one track open.


They need to rip up the tracks, remove the overhead wires, and bring in equipment to dig down to the pipe. You can't run "reduced service" when the infrastructure itself is gone.

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What happened to the Citi Bike stations south of Communipaw?

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Nine-month suspension coming to three light rail stops in Jersey City

Updated 3:05 PM; Posted 2:55 PM
By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal

JERSEY CITY — Light rail passengers in parts of Jersey City should prepare themselves for a major disruption starting this spring, with NJ Transit planning to shut down service for nearly a year along a route that includes three stations.

The suspension is scheduled to coincide with sewer work performed by the Jersey City Municipal Utilities Authority and will last from June 1 to March 1, 2020. The affected stations are at West Side Avenue, Martin Luther King Drive and Garfield Avenue.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/02/nine ... stops-in-jersey-city.html
i understand the need to fix the pipe, but really a complete shutdown. what about reduced service? closure at night and/or just one track open.

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Nine-month suspension coming to three light rail stops in Jersey City

Updated 3:05 PM; Posted 2:55 PM
By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal

JERSEY CITY — Light rail passengers in parts of Jersey City should prepare themselves for a major disruption starting this spring, with NJ Transit planning to shut down service for nearly a year along a route that includes three stations.

The suspension is scheduled to coincide with sewer work performed by the Jersey City Municipal Utilities Authority and will last from June 1 to March 1, 2020. The affected stations are at West Side Avenue, Martin Luther King Drive and Garfield Avenue.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/02/nine ... stops-in-jersey-city.html

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