Press Release Article


Date: Jan 22, 2014
Press Release Number: 19-2014

Buses shuttling passengers between Newark Penn Station and airport terminals

The Port Authority and New Jersey Transit are running buses between Newark Penn Station and the terminals at Newark Liberty International Airport, following a break in a sprinkler head this afternoon caused flooding and forced closure of the airport’s Northeast Corridor rail link station.

Travelers on NJ Transit and Amtrak trains to the airport can access buses at Newark Penn Station to the airport terminals on NJ Transit 62 buses or some supplemental Port Authority buses. Arriving fliers can access the buses in front of the terminals for the trip to Newark Penn Station to catch their trains.

AirTrain tickets will be honored on all buses to and from the airport.

The Port Authority urges airport travelers using rail to leave additional time to ensure they arrive on time for their flights.  Airlines have been notified of possible delays in passenger arrivals for flights.

Airport Customer Care Representatives have been assigned to help travelers access the buses.

Port Authority employees are working to fix the pipe and clear the flooding on the overpass connecting the rail link platforms and AirTrain Newark station, with the goal of restoring full operations at the Northeast Corridor rail link station tomorrow.

For up-date-info information on AirTrain EWR and other airport alerts:

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