NEWARK — NJ Transit bus, rail, light rail and Access Link services will remain suspended Tuesday due to the significant impacts of Hurricane Sandy. Customers are urged to check njtransit.com for the latest information.
Officials implemented a gradual system-wide shutdown of service on Sunday afternoon in anticipation of the storm.
“NJ Transit’s top priority is, has been and will continue to be the safety of our customers, our employees and the citizens of the Garden State”, said Board Chairman and New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner James Simpson.
PATH service is also still suspended until further notice.
Amtrak crews are currently inspecting tunnels, tracks, equipment and stations to assess the damage from Hurricane Sandy and are beginning to make the necessary repairs along Amtrak-owned sections of railroad in the Northeast, including the Northeast Corridor.
Most Amtrak service in the Northeast remains suspended on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Amtrak stations in the affected areas and along the affected routes should be considered closed. A decision on limited service restoration north and south of New York will be made later today for Wednesday, Oct. 31.