Hudson-Bergen Light Rail resumes weekday service in Jersey City

Service resumes on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail.

Service resumes on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail. (Credit: File {jptp)

JERSEY CITY - Commuters who ride the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail are back on track.

The line resumed regular weekday service Thursday, days after a dump truck tore down overhead wires in Jersey City on Monday when the driver left the bed up. The driver was ticketed on Monday for careless driving.

NJ Transit says crews needed to replace a pole that supports the wires and a traffic signal.

Trains had been operating on a modified weekend schedule, causing delays for riders.

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