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NJ TRANSIT CONTINUES ALTERNATE SERVICE PLAN FOR THURSDAY COMMUTE

Main/Bergen County/Pascack Valley/Port Jervis Lines Remain on Weekend Schedule

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 5, 2016


NEWARK, NJ — NJ TRANSIT is continuing the existing alternate service plan for tomorrow, Thursday October 6th with rail service into and out of Hoboken Terminal remaining suspended. 

 

NJ TRANSIT is working around the clock in an effort to restore service to Hoboken Terminal as quickly as possible while maintaining the parameters of the NTSB investigation.

 

NJ TRANSIT continues to monitor ridership volumes on the Main/Bergen, Pascack Valley and Port Jervis Lines and has been deploying additional capacity, when available, in selected areas to help alleviate overcrowding.

 

Cross honoring with PATH, ferries, NJ TRANSIT bus, private carriers and light rail will continue until further notice.

 

IMPORTANT NOTES: 

 

Rail

 NJ TRANSIT and private carrier busing alternatives.

 

Customers may experience overcrowding and possible delays caused by congestion. 

 

Metro North Service for Pascack Valley Line and Port Jervis Customers

 

Bus

 

Light Rail

 

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