Press Release Article


Date: Oct 10, 2015
Press Release Number: 157-2015

NJ Transit will continue cross-honoring between Newark Penn Station and New York Penn Station until full service resumes

PATH trains have resumed partial service at the Journal Square station after debris was removed from the tracks. Temporarily NJ Transit cross-honoring of PATH tickets and limited bus shuttles at Journal Square will continue until full weekend service resumes.

Rail crews have been working since mid-morning to clear the tracks and resume safe operations between Harrison and Grove Street for PATH riders.  Service at the other stations was not impacted today.

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