NJ Transit back on track after delays

(AP) - Amtrak workers have repaired about40 feet of downed wire that slowed trains headed for New York CityMonday.NJ Transit spokesman Dan Stessel says the

SOUTH BRUNSWICK - (AP) - Amtrak workers have repaired about40 feet of downed wire that slowed trains headed for New York CityMonday.

NJ Transit spokesman Dan Stessel says the wire came down inSouth Brunswick around 1:30 a.m. and was put back in place by 6:40a.m. It's not known what caused the problem.

Amtrak spokesman Marc Magliari said Amtrak trains were operatingthree to five minutes behind schedule.

Stessel says Northeast Corridor trains out of Trenton arerunning on or close to schedule. They earlier haddelays up to 30 minutes.

New Jersey Transit website

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