NEWARK – NJ Transit has restored rail service to most of its destinations, though some stops are still being skipped because of flooding and all trains are subject to delays. Buses are operating on a regular weekday schedule, though there may still be delays, detours and cancellations due to flooding.
Northeast Corridor trains are operating between New Brunswick Station and New York only, due to ongoing flooding at Trenton Transit Center. Service will remain suspended between Trenton and New Brunswick until further notice. Northeast Corridor trains will operate every 20 minutes from New Brunswick to New York. Northeast Corridor trains will operate hourly out of New York Penn Station to New Brunswick.
North Jersey Coast Line trains are running, subject to delays in both directions due to storm damage. In addition, 3500-series trains to/from South Amboy may be cancelled.
Raritan Valley Line trains are running, subject to delays in both directions due to storm damage. Due to flooding, eastbound trains are not stopping in Bridgewater. Trains traveling in both directions are skipping Bound Brook, also due to flooding.
To give customers additional travel options, NJ Transit will continue to offer systemwide cross-honoring, enabling customers to use their ticket or pass on an alternate travel mode – rail, bus or light rail, PATH and private carrier buses.
Before starting your trip, visit njtransit.com for up-to-the-minute service information. Listen closely to public address announcements at stations for late-breaking service information.
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