GLADSTONE, NJ -- An NJ Transit train carrying no passengers derailed Thursday night in NJ Transit's rail yard.
According to a report from NJ 101.5, the incident, which occurred at 7:30 p.m. and did not cause any injuries, has affected the Friday morning commute on the Morris & Essex Line.
All regularly scheduled Gladstone Branch rail service early Friday was originating from the second station heading inbound, Peapack Station. A shuttle bus is being provided between Gladstone Station and Peapack.
Train No. 435 derailed Thursday after the last passengers had disembarked. That train had originated in Hoboken.
As of 8:11 a.m. Friday, the NJ Transit website said, "Gladstone Branch rail service is originating from Peapack Station operating on or close to schedule with residual delays to trains already en route in both directions following last evening’s slow speed derailment outside Gladstone Yard."
The derailment is still under investigation, according to NJ 101.5.