- Associated Press - Saturday, September 26, 2015

TRENTON, Pa. (AP) - Transit officials in southern New Jersey say they are running their Philadelphia-bound trains more often and with stops at all their open stations in response to lower-than-expected demand during the papal visit.

PATCO officials say trains are running from Lindenwold, Woodcrest, Ferry Avenue and Broadway into Philadelphia every 10 minutes. Trains had been scheduled every 16 minutes.

And trains are now stopping at each of those stations rather than operating only on an express basis to the one open Philadelphia station, 9th and 10th and Locust streets.

PATCO officials say they are prepared to revert back to their original plans if demand increases.

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