TRENTON - NJ Transit trains are beginning to roll again after an icy storm moved through the state.

Officials say service has been restored across all train lines and bus routes, however scattered delays and detours are still possible.

Spokesman Dan Stessel says Northeast Corridor trains headed for New York are stopping at Princeton Junction and Hamilton stations using low-level platforms. Passengers should wait for crew assistance before boarding.

The Jersey Avenue station is closed and passengers should use the New Brunswick station as an alternate. Princeton Shuttle service remains suspended until further notice.

The agency said it would continue to cross-honor bus and rail tickets throughout the day.

All NJ Transit rail station buildings and waiting rooms will remain open for extended hours, including evenings and overnight, throughout the storm.

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