ISELIN, NJ - Amtrak service has resumed between Philadelphia and New York following earlier problems involving the overhead power system.
Residual delays can be expected as a result of the earlier disruption.
Commuters from Edison and surrounding towns were slightly affected by suspension of services by Amtrak between Philadelphia and New York.
Amtrak Acela Express and Northeast Regional service was temporarily suspended between Philadelphia and New York this morning because of problems with the overhead power system on the Northeast Corridor.
Engineering forces worked to rectify the problem as quickly and safely as possible but service restoration time was short.
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