NJ Transit commuters have been dealing with the brunt of delays after some wires "came down near Metropark in Iselin Monday night," the AP reports. First, NJ Transit trains were delayed by an hour in both directions on the popular Northeast Corridor route (some trains were even canceled), but now the delays are about 15-30 minutes because three of four tracks are now open.
Uh-oh: 1010WINS reports, " Trains are moving again between New Jersey and New York City after a bridge was stuck in the open position. However, commuters should expect delays of up to an hour. NJ Transit spokesman Dan Stessel says A... Read Post
All those commuters who are reportedly giving up their cars to take NJ Transit are going to love this: A switch and signal problem in Newark is causing some serious delays for Amtrak and NJ Transit trains running into and out of Pen... Read Post