NJ Transit schedules overnight repairs following derailment

NJ Transit riders dealt with major delays and changes as they made their way home today due to a train derailment in New York City.

HOBOKEN - NJ Transit riders dealt with major delays and changes as they made their way home today due to a train derailment in New York City.

NJ Transit says that following the derailment, which caused delays of up to 90 minutes, crews will work overnight to clear the tracks.

In order to make the repairs, officials say there will be no train service to and from Penn Station until approximately 3 a.m. Wednesday morning.

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