NJ Transit commuter trains won't run Monday

(AP) - Most New Jersey Transit commuter trainswill not be running Monday because of damage from Hurricane Irene.

Gov. Chris Christie said Sunday that none of the state's heavy-rail train lines would be able to operate except the Atlantic City line.

NJ Transit bus and light-rail service is set to resume, but busschedules could be modified because of road closures.

PATH trains will run on a regular schedule between northern NewJersey and Manhattan.

PATCO trains between southern New Jersey and Philadelphia wereback in service on Sunday.

It's not certain when NJ Transit will be able to resume normaltrain service.

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