NJ Transit Nearly Back to Normal After Morning Delays
New Jersey Transit rail riders faced 60-minute delays during the morning commute because of a disabled Amtrak train near the Portal Bridge in Kearny.
Delays were down to 20-30 minutes late on Wednesday morning according to NJ Transit.
Commuter trains on NJ Transit’s Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast Line were running up to an hour behind schedule in and out of New York City.
Midtown Direct trains were directed earlier to Hoboken but have since resumed normal service.
Buses and PATH are honoring rail tickets. NJ Transit tells the Asbury Park Press they are unsure as to how long the delay will last.
- NJ Transit experiencing delays due to disable train / Asbury Park Press
The Associated Press contributed to this report