NJ Transit Resumes Most Service Following Signal Problem
New Jersey Transit has most service after earlier signal problems but with 60 minute delays.
The only unaffected line is the Northeast Corridor which is operating on with 10 minute delays.
— NJ TRANSIT (@NJ_TRANSIT) October 8, 2013
WABC TV reports that NJ Transit’s Rail Operations Center had a problem with their servers that run their rain Management and Control System (TMAC) all control of all signals was lost putting passenger safety at risk. The railroad says their equipment was fully powered during the disruption.
They are cross honoring rail passes with light rail, bus, private carrier and PATH trains.
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