NJ TRANSIT ALERTS - As of 4 p.m., all eastbound (inbound ) Gladstone Branch service is suspended between Bernardsville and Summit stations for the remainder of the evening. Crew is assessing and working to repair rail washouts and flood damage along the Gladstone Branch.
NJ Transit Alerts: Gladstone Branch Service Suspended
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