BERNARDS TWP., NJ -  New Jersey Transit's website is offering continuing updates on service for commuters to New York City following Thursday morning's crash of a Pascack Valley line train that killed one and reportedly injured another 108 people. 

 All rail service into and out of Hoboken Terminal remains suspended, the website said on Thursday night.

Path service restored

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However, PATH service between Hoboken and the 33rd and World Trade Center stations had been fully restored by Thursday afternoon. Riders are asked to use the Hoboken city entrance at Hudson Place and River Street to access PATH trains, the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey announced.

Gladstone line to continue operating; shuttles will be added

New Jersey Transit's online plans for Friday morning's commuter plan said the Gladstone branch will operate its two regularly scheduled MidTOWN DIRECT trains in addition to rail shuttles between Gladstone and Summit.

The website warned that customers may experience overcrowding and possible delays caused by congestion.

Supplemental service was being scheduled for morning and afternoon peak hour periods on the No. 126 (Hoboken-NY) and other commuter lines in Bergen, Passaic, and Essex Counties that operate in proximity to Hoboken-based rail service.  Bus customers were also advised to plan for extra travel time due to anticipated traffic volume.

Commuters should continue to check the website for updates.