NJ Transit offers cross-honoring in case of rail delays

New Jersey Transit train passengers did not face any major problems as they returned to work following a week plagued by problems caused by Amtrak

Transit Alert

Transit Alert (7/27/15)

NEWARK - New Jersey Transit train passengers did not face any major problems as they returned to work following a week plagued by problems caused by Amtrak overhead wire issues.

NJ Transit spokeswoman Nancy Snyder says there were no major service delays Monday for trains heading in and out of New York City.

With overhead wire repairs underway, NJ Transit says its rail tickets will be honored by buses, PATH and New York Waterway on Monday to give customers maximum flexibility when planning their commute.

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