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Preserving Rail Service: The Battle to Save the Dinky | Rail Planning. by David Hunt

In a time when states are rejecting money for enhancing rail services, one community is fighting to preserve its railroad. The Princeton Branch of NJ Transit, affectionately known as the “Dinky,” is a commuter rail line connecting Princeton Borough to the Northeast Corridor rail line at Princeton Junction. The threat comes not from lack of ridership, nor from budget cuts, but from a plan to relocate the Dinky station further from downtown Princeton to accommodate a new Arts and Transit Neighborhood on the University campus.

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