One Seat Rail Service allows Jersey Shore beachgoers to remain on 1 train throughout commute

The One Seat Rail Service allows commuters heading

The One Seat Rail Service allows commuters heading to the beach to stay on their train, rather than switch from an electric to a diesel train at Long Branch on the weekends. (June 28, 2014 6:01 PM)

New Jersey Transit is offering a faster way to travel south to the Jersey Shore.

The One Seat Rail Service allows commuters heading to the beach to stay on their train, rather than switch from an electric to a diesel train at Long Branch on the weekends.

For a limited time, NJ Transit will be using dual-mode trains which are both diesel and electric. Commuters who rode the new express...

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