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Burlington County is in the Delaware River Region of New Jersey. It stretches across the middle of the state, and its southeast corner reaches tidal estuaries leading to southern New Jersey's Great Bay, which separates the county from the Atlantic Ocean.

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Map of Burlington County
  • 1 Bordentown — the area has a strong Revolutionary War influence, and statues of patriots are a common sight
  • 2 Burlington — the former county seat is now a suburb of Philadelphia
  • 3 Cinnaminson — home to the largest indoor electric go-kart facility in the state of New Jersey
  • 4 Medford — home of the Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge is a 170-acre (69 ha) nature preserve and wildlife rehabilitation center
  • 5 Mount Holly Mount Holly, New Jersey on Wikipedia

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Severe weather is common in the warm months. Hurricanes have struck Burlington County on occasion, but tornadoes are uncommon. Severe thunderstorms, however, are common during the warm season. Snowfall is typical in the winter, with the snowfall averages in the county ranging from about 18 to 22 inches. The nearby Atlantic Ocean moderates Burlington County's climate, and rain is common year-round. The county seat receives about 41 inches of rain per year.

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Burlington High Street

The River Line is a diesel light-rail system operated for NJ Transit by the Southern New Jersey Rail Group on a former Pennsylvania Railroad line between the Trenton Transit Center in Trenton and the Walter Rand Transportation Center and other stations in Camden, with 11 stations in the county.

NJ Transit operates bus service into Philadelphia on the following routes; 317, 406, 409 414, and 417 routes, and into Camden only on the following routes; 407, 413, 418, 419 and 457; and to Atlantic City on the 559 route.

Academy Bus Lines operates buses from Mount Holly, Mount Laurel, Westampton Township and Willingboro Township to New York City's Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan as well as the Wall Street area of Lower Manhattan.

The BurLink bus service provides three routes, under service funded by the county and operated by Stout's Transportation, providing connections to NJ Transit's bus and rail service.

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