NJ Transit Back to Normal for AM Commute

Signal and switch problems caused serious delays Tuesday evening

Wednesday, Sep 28, 2011  |  Updated 8:57 AM EDT
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NJ Transit Back to Normal for AM Commute

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NJ Transit trains were running on or close to schedule Wednesday morning after signal and switch problems caused massive rush-hour delays Tuesday evening.

The Northeast Corridor, North Jersey Coast Line and Raritan Valley trains experienced delays during Tuesday's afternoon rush hour of up to two hours.

Commuters grew unhappier as the minutes ticked by.

"Thanks #NJTransit," tweeted Andrew Chapman. "Been waiting 90 minutes now for a train. The actual journey is less than an hour."

"The number of delays and general problems with NJTransit keeps going up," another man tweeted. "Always exciting to find out how late I'll wind up every day!"

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