NJ Transit works to get back on track for commuters

New Jersey Transit is working to get back on track for commuters following last week's deadly train crash in Hoboken.



It was quiet Sunday morning at the Secaucus Junction station, but it's expected to look much different Monday as people navigate their way around the closed station at Hoboken.



Light rail service in and out of Hoboken on the Hudson-Bergen line is back up and running. But all rail service into and out of Hoboken Terminal remains suspended, with trains for the main Bergen and Pascack Valley lines letting off in Secaucus.



The last stop on the Montclair-Boonton Line will be at Newark's Broad Street station.



 

 



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