NJ Transit cuts off Greyhound’s Philly terminal due to ‘unsafe’ conditions

NJ Transit has rerouted five bus lines serving Center City Philadelphia because of “unsafe” conditions caused by traffic flow changes at the Greyhound terminal where its buses picked up and dropped off passengers.

As a result, some inbound South Jersey commuters must transfer to other NJ Transit routes in Camden at the Walter Rand Transportation Center hub.

A sixth line, the Route 551 express service between Atlantic City and Philadelphia, instead drops customers bound for the Greyhound station a block south, at 10th and Market Streets. It also makes stops on Broad and Vine Streets before heading back east.