NJ Transit sees minor delays after storm

Storm update from NJ Transit spokesman John Durso

Storm update from NJ Transit spokesman John Durso (1/3/14)

TRENTON - New Jersey mass transit is running after the snowstorm, but there are a few delays.

New Jersey Transit says that buses and trains are all operational.

The rail system is running on an enhanced weekend schedule. Both buses and light rail are using a regular weekday schedule.

However, all three modes are facing minor delays because of the weather.

The transit agency is cross-honoring tickets between transportation modes.

All NJ Transit rail station buildings and waiting rooms will remain open, including evenings and overnight, through Monday, Jan. 6.

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