DINKY RIDERS ASK NJ TRANSIT TO RECONSIDER PLAN TO SHUTDOWN DINKY

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MICHAEL EGGLESTON
2 years ago
Have a friend who is a regular rider and would rather ride the Dinky than motor bus

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marisa zalabak
2 years ago
The suspension of the Dinky has impacted me and my family immensely. My daughter is a student int he university and I work with faculty. The skimpy bus service does not run often enough and we have now been late for several meetings/appts because of late bus arrivals and traffic between the train station and the university. There is no reason this service should not be put back in place.

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Jennifer Korinek
2 years ago
As a former Princeton resident and current NYC resident (who sold her car!), I rely on the Dinky to stay connected to the Princeton community.

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Bill Beren
2 years ago
Although I do not personally use the Dinky, I support the riders who are concerned about the future of this rail service.

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Pat Palmer
2 years ago
A lot of us rely on the dinky! There is no parking in West Windsor, so we need the reliability of a train. Buses are much less predictable.

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Tom Hoffman
2 years ago
More train service, not less, is needed

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Kimberly Baker
2 years ago
it's important

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Yeou-Shiuh Hsu
2 years ago
For god's sake, just hire more people if NJ Transit needs more crew to install PTC on the rest of the tracks. It's ridiculous that we have HUNDREDS of BILLIONS for War but none for mass public transit.

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Abigail Allen
2 years ago
The Dinky makes our town "walkable" to NYC, Philadelphia, Wash D.C. and Boston, as well as our state capitol, Newark Airport and Rutgers. This walkability distinguishes Princeton from other suburban towns and the loss of the Dinky is a loss of part of our character. We've just heard more devastating news about climate change, we should be building and supporting public transportation.

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Greg snook
2 years ago
The Dinky is a superior way to get from downtown Princeton to the rest of the NJT system