East and west bound trains will share a track, so commuters can expect gaps of about a half hour in service for about two months after Memorial Day, according to the report.
Following completion of that work, it will be the north-side track’s turn. That will be shut down for 50 days, which can result in 15-minute delays during that time, according to the report.
The work is part of a $103 million project over two years that includes various other upgrades, according to the report.
Delaware River Port Authority CEO and PATCO President John Hanson told nj.com a total of $1.2 million has been spent to this point to maintain service and safety on the tracks, but the tracks have reached the end of their usefulness.