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All But One NJ TRANSIT Rail Lines Fully or Partially Restored Starting Monday, November 19

Starting Monday, November 19, all but one NJ TRANSIT rail lines will be running full or modified service.  This includes the restoration of service along the North Jersey Coast Line, which suffered the brunt of the damage wrought by Hurricane Sandy. 

Restored Service

Northeast Corridor: Service between Trenton and New York has been fully restored and will operate on a regular schedule.

North Jersey Coast Line:  Service between Long Branch and New York will operate on a regular schedule, except for selected trains that will be cancelled.  NOTE: All inbound trains from Long Branch (To New York) will depart stations 5 minutes EARLIER than scheduled.  Trip times will be approximately five minutes longer due to signal system limitations.  Service between Bay Head and Long Branch will operate on a regular schedule, except for 2300-series trains to/from Hoboken that will be cancelled.

 

Raritan Valley Line: Service between Raritan and Newark will continue to operate on a special schedule, with limited peak-period service between High Bridge and Newark. 

 

Atlantic City Line:  Service has been fully restored and is operating on a regular schedule.

 

Morris & Essex Lines:  Midtown Direct service between Dover and New York will operate on a regular schedule.  Shuttle trains between Summit and Hoboken will provide approximately hourly service to stations not served by Midtown Direct.  Gladstone Branch service remains suspended until further notice.  Customers may use free emergency shuttle bus/ferry service or shuttle bus to rail service from selected Gladstone Branch stations.

 

Montclair-Boonton Lines:  Midtown Direct service between Montclair State University and New York will operate on a regular schedule.  Limited shuttle service between Hackettstown and Hoboken will operate on a special schedule.  

 

Pascack Valley Line:  Service between Spring Valley and Hoboken will continue to operate on a special schedule.  Trains will resume stopping at Secaucus Junction. 

 

Main/Bergen County Line:  Service between Suffern and Hoboken will continue to operate on a special schedule.  Trains will resume stopping at Secaucus Junction. 

 

Port Jervis Line:

Service between Port Jervis and Hoboken will continue to operate on a special schedule.  Trains will resume stopping at Secaucus Junction.

*Updated schedules will be posted on njtransit.com by 3 p.m. Sunday, November 18.