Bus companies that run routes into Atlantic City are feeling the ripple effects of the ongoing turf war between Pennsylvania and New Jersey casinos. In some cases, AC-bound traffic is down by 70% and that shortfall has not been offset by an equal amount of new business ferrying passengers to gaming establishments in Pennsylvania. The situation will only get worse when Pennsylvania starts offering table games. So what’s the over/under on how long it takes Pennsylvania to start a feel good campaign based around “Gamble close to home: it’s better for the environment?” Read more.
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