SERVICE ADJUSTMENTS REQUIRED ON WEEKDAYS TO ADVANCE POSITIVE TRAIN CONTROL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATIONS BEGINNING JUNE 4
While NJ TRANSIT continues to install Positive Train Control (PTC) equipment on its rail fleet, adjustments to weekday schedules are needed to allow for hardware components to be installed on locomotives and cab cars.
Beginning Monday, June 4, some weekday trains will be temporarily discontinued or have changes to their origin and/or destinations. These changes will primarily impact customers along the Northeast Corridor, North Jersey Coast Line, Morris & Essex Lines and Pascack Valley Line and may affect customers connecting with these services. Other trains throughout the system will have schedule and/or station stop changes. These schedule adjustments are temporary and will be restored in early 2019. There are no changes planned for weekend service.
If you regularly travel on one of these rail lines, click on the link related to your line at the right of this page for specific information on your train service and alternate travel options. Other station stop changes will be shown in an updated timetable for that rail line. We strongly encourage you to view the full timetable to obtain all of your travel options.
New schedules will be issued for all rail lines except the Atlantic City Line. These schedules go into effect on Sunday, June 3.
NJ TRANSIT ambassadors will be available at major terminals before and after this schedule change to provide assistance with alternate travel options. Or you can call Customer Service at (973) 275-5555. Our representatives are available daily from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Automated schedule information is accessible 24/7.
Thank you for your continued patience as we work toward a safer commute.