WARREN, NJ - The work has begun. NJ Transit is performing work on the power supply system between Gladstone and Summit stations, as well as other work on the Gladstone Branch. Buses will replace Gladstone Branch trains on weekends and most holidays until the fall.
During this time, substitute bus service will be provided by Lakeland Bus Company between Gladstone and Summit on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays except:
Friday, July 3 (Independence Day observed): An enhanced weekend schedule will be in effect and rail service will operate on the Gladstone Branch.
Saturday, Oct. 17 (Far Hills’ Steeplechase): A special schedule will be in effect with both train and bus service.
Travelers should check http://njtransit.com for schedule information on these dates as well as for the latest information regarding Gladstone Branch service.
NJ Transit Customers Traveling Outbound (to Gladstone): Upon arrival at Summit, customers continuing to stations along the Gladstone Branch will transfer to ADA-accessible buses located on the Railroad Avenue side of the station (exit near the ticket office and restroom). Customers should show their train ticket and/or seat check to the bus operator when boarding.
NJ Transit Customers Traveling Inbound (to Newark/Hoboken/New York): Customers will be bused to Summit. Two ADA-accessible buses will operate—one serving Murray Hill and New Providence stations and a second making all other stops. When boarding, customers should show their rail ticket to the bus operator.
For bus boarding times, please visit www.njtransit.com or review the revised Morris & Essex Line timetable (dated Nov. 9, 2014 and revised March 22, 2015), which will be available on trains, at stations and at Customer Service office on or about March 12.
IMPORTANT: Revised timetables will take effect March 22. Carefully review bus departure times and boarding locations in the new timetable.
Substitute Bus Boarding Location; bus stop signs will be posted at each bus stop location.
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