NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — NJ TRANSIT trains are running again after being suspended between Newark Penn and New York Penn Station Friday morning.
NJ TRANSIT says the suspension that happened during the morning rush was due to Amtrak’s Portal Bridge being stuck in the open position.
Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast Lines trains are still subject to delays and cancellations. Midtown Direct trains are being diverted to Hoboken.
Train service in and out of NYPS has resumed between Newark and NY due to earlier Amtrak Portal Bridge being stuck in the open position.
NEC and NJCL rail service remains subject to up to 30 minute delays in both directions and possible cancellations.
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NJ TRANSIT is cross-honoring tickets with NJ TRANSIT buses private carriers as well as on PATH at 33rd Street, Hoboken and Newark.
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