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REGULAR WEEKEND SERVICE OPERATING ON NJ TRANSIT TRAINS FOLLOWING AMTRAK DERAILMENT

NJT-16-021
March 25, 2017

NEWARK, NJ
— NJ TRANSIT is operating on a regular weekend schedule for today, Saturday March 25, following the Amtrak train derailment which caused service disruptions and train cancellations.

Northeast Corridor trains that operate between Rahway and Penn Station New York (trains in the 7600-series) are cancelled on Saturday, March 25. Please check with njtransit.com for the latest information.

An Amtrak derailment at New York Penn Station caused rail suspension in and out of Penn Station New York for most of Friday

Please check njtransit.com for updates.

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