NJ Transit Expects "Normal" Commute - NBC New York

NJ Transit Expects "Normal" Commute



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    New Jersey Transit expects a "normal" afternoon rush for trains in and out of New York City after a derailment Tuesday forced delays.

    Passengers faced a second morning of delays on Wednesday while crews repaired damage caused when two cars of a Trenton-bound train derailed on Tuesday.

    Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast Line trains were up to an hour late. Midtown Direct trains were diverted to Hoboken.

    NJ Transit had publicized a normal morning commute on its website before getting word that Amtrak was still making repairs.