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GLADSTONE BRANCH TO RESUME SERVICE FOLLOWING EMERGENCY REPAIR WORK

NJ TRANSIT Rail Tickets Remain Cross-Honored on Lakeland buses, NJT Rail and Bus Lines

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 21, 2017


NEWARK, NJ — NJ TRANSIT’s Gladstone Branch rail service along the Morris & Essex Lines will resume full regularly schedule service beginning at approximately 12:30 this afternoon following emergency repair work.

 

The P.M. peak period ride home will have full regularly scheduled service originating in Penn Station New York and Hoboken making all scheduled stops.

 

The first trains to operate on the Gladstone Branch are the following:

 

Westbound

  • Train #419, the 12:36 p.m. departure from Hoboken to Gladstone.

Eastbound

  • Train #424, the 12:53 p.m. departure from Gladstone to Hoboken.


NJ TRANSIT rail tickets and passes will continue to be cross-honored on Lakeland buses, including from the Port Authority Bus Terminal, for the remainder of the service day. Note that there will be limited seats available on the buses.

 

NJ TRANSIT Gladstone passes and tickets continue to be cross honored on all NJ TRANSIT Rail Lines and Bus Lines for the remainder of the service day. Customers should check njtransit.com for updated information.


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