close
close

Latest Post

Why United Parcel Service (UPS) stock is plummeting False claim: “Jonathan Willis” is a Secret Service sniper
NJ Transit train service suspended on North Jersey Coast Line

A signal on the drawbridge over the Raritan River suspended service on the North Jersey Coast Line on Thursday.

New Jersey Transit suspended train service on the North Jersey Coast Line early Thursday due to signaling problems at the drawbridge over the Raritan River.

Commuters who travel by rail can alternatively use NJ Transit or private buses.

The Raritan Bay drawbridge problems affect all stations along the line except Perth Amboy, Avenel and Woodbridge stations, which serve more than 10,000 commuters daily. Seventeen stations in Middlesex, Monmouth and Ocean counties are affected.

The 116-year-old bridge is currently being replaced.

On Wednesday evening, commuters on the North Jersey Coast Line and Northeast Corridor Line experienced significant delays due to an intruder on the tracks in Elizabeth.

Our journalism needs your support. Please subscribe today NJ.com.

Jeff Goldman can be reached at [email protected].

If you purchase a product or register an account through a link on our website, we may receive compensation. By using this website, you agree to our User Agreement and agree that your clicks, interactions and personal information may be collected, recorded and/or stored by us, social media and other third party partners in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *