NJ Transit: Trains and buses running on or close after storm

New Jersey Transit buses and trains are cross-honoring tickets to help commuters get to and from work after a winter storm slowed passengers on the

NJ Transit expects storm delays

NJ Transit expects storm delays

NEWARK - New Jersey Transit buses and trains are cross-honoring tickets to help commuters get to and from work after a winter storm slowed passengers on the roads and rails.
    
NJ Transit says its rail lines are all operating on or close to schedule.
    
Bus service has resumed, including in Morris County. But officials say buses face 30 minute delays and detours because of the snow.

Commuters should allow for extra time to get to their destinations today.

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