Air, rail service slowly returns to normal

Residual effects of this week's snowstorm remain this morning for both air and rail travel. NJ Transit says it's nearly back on schedule after weather

Both air and rail travel had experienced delays

Both air and rail travel had experienced delays due to the snowstorm. (Credit: News 12 New Jersey)

NEWARK - Residual effects of this week's snowstorm remain this morning for both air and rail travel.

As of 6:00 a.m. at Newark Liberty International Airport, 34 departing flights have been canceled and 22 are delayed. For arrivals to the airport, 43 have been canceled and 53 are delayed. Flight totals will be changing throughtout the day and passengers are advised to check with their airline on current statuses.

NJ Transit says it's nearly back on schedule after weather delays and running on a limited schedule yesterday. The eastbound Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast lines are currently bypassing the Newark Airport stop due to a water main break. Bus service is being provided between Newark Penn Station and the airport. Westbound service to Newark Airport on these lines has resumed.

Amtrak is expecting "near normal service" to resume on its Northeast Corridor after running on a reduced schedule.
 

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