NJ Transit riders can expect to ride with an adjusted schedule to and from Penn Station Tuesday, due to track constraints following a slow-speed derailment of an NJ Transit train Monday morning, according to a news release.
Northeast Corridor (NEC) and North Jersey Coast Line (NJCL) trains will operate on a HOLIDAY schedule with some additional service.
Jersey Avenue and Avenel stations will not have service due to the holiday schedule.
NJ Transit issued information below detailing service alerts in their news release:
NJ TRANSIT and private bus carriers are increasing bus service as much as possible on routes along the affected rail lines. Academy will enhance their PNC park-and-ride service to accommodate North Jersey Coast Line customers. Suburban Transit will also add service to accommodate Northeast Corridor customers.
MidTOWN Direct trains will continue to operate in and out of Hoboken Terminal where customers can access PATH and NJ TRANSIT bus service. PATH will also be increasing service.
Raritan Valley Line service will operate on a regular weekday schedule and originate/terminate at Newark Penn Station.
Main/Bergen, Pascack Valley and Port Jervis Lines will operate on regular weekday schedules.
Atlantic City Rail line rail service will operate on a regular weekday schedule.
Customers are encouraged to check njtransit.com for complete details.
Cross honoring remains in effect with NJ TRANSIT bus, private carrier bus, NY Waterway ferry, and PATH at Newark, Hoboken and 33rd Street.
Hoboken services will also be impacted due to the additional trains in the terminal. Because of track limitation in the terminal some Summit-bound trains will be impacted.
Due to the circumstances, impacted customers are advised to build in additional travel time as delays and overcrowding conditions are anticipated.