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Berkeley Heights Commuters: Buses Replace Trains between Summit and Gladstone Weekdays - July 6 to August 28, 2015


GLADSTONE BRANCH TRAIN LINE - New Jersey Transit issued an advisory message regarding a change to the Gladstone Branch weekday mid-day schedule between Gladstone and Summit Stations effective Monday, July 6, continuing through Friday, August 28.

The notice reads: Beginning Monday, July 6 and continuing weekdays through Friday, August 28 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., buses will replace midday Gladstone Branch trains between Gladstone and Summit stations. Normal rail service will continue to operate between Summit and Hoboken stations during these hours.


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The last train from Gladstone before busing begins is Train 416 (departs 7:53 a.m.) 

The last train from Bernardsville before busing begins is Train 480 (departs 8:55 a.m.)

Service resumes from Gladstone with Train 430 (departs 3:41 p.m.)

Eastbound trains replaced by buses include:

Train 418 (the 9:56 a.m. from Gladstone)

Train 420 (the 10:53 a.m. from Gladstone)

Train 422 (the 11:53 a.m. from Gladstone)

Train 424 (the 12:53 p.m. from Gladstone)

Train 426 (the 1:53 p.m. from Gladstone)

Train 428 (the 2:55 p.m. from Gladstone)


The last train to Gladstone before busing begins is Train 409 (departs 7:54 a.m.).

Service resumes west of Summit with Train 423 (departs Hoboken 2:40 p.m.).

Westbound trains replaced by buses include:

Train 411 (the 8:54 a.m. from Hoboken)

Train 413 (the 9:36 a.m. from Hoboken)

Train 415 (the 10:36 a.m. from Hoboken)

Train 417 (the 11:36 a.m. from Hoboken)

Train 419 (the 12:36 p.m. from Hoboken)

Train 421 (the 1:39 p.m. from Hoboken)

NJ Transit also noted that weekend busing will continue during this same period through mid-fall.

Customers should check station PID posters and new timetables (dated May 17, 2015 – REVISED July 6, 2015) as well the trip planner and station-to-station features on for details.

For further information, please call NJ TRANSIT Customer Service at (973) 275-5555 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily.

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