NJ Transit back on schedule

NJ Transit trains headed to and from New York Penn Station are operating on or close to schedule following an earlier disabled train near Secaucus.Amtrak

NEWARK - NJ Transit trains headed to and from New York Penn Station are operating on or close to schedule following an earlier disabled train near Secaucus.

Amtrak spokesman Marc Magliari says Train 90 was heading into New York when it had problems with an overhead wire between Newark and Secaucus early this morning.

Magliari says passengers were transferred to another NJ Transit train and the disabled train was moved out of the way.

NJ Transit commuters faced delays of 30-45 minutes in and out of New York on the Northeast Corridor, North Jersey Coast Line and Midtown Direct service lines.

The delays came one day after a downed power wire in South Brunswick slowed trains headed for New York City for more than five hours.

AP wire services contributed to this report.

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