There are hours of delays in store for NJ Transit and Amtrak riders, after a NJ Transit train apparently hit some wires. WPIX reports, "A NJ Transit train carrying about 500 passengers was stuck in a Hudson River tunnel, causing rippling delays for Tuesday morning commuters. The train was New York-bound and supposed to have arrived at Penn Station at 5:40 a.m. But the train snagged on some overhead wiring, causing a malfunction at Secaucus Junction.
A NJ Transit train derailed in the tunnel between Penn Station and the Hudson River. A rescue operation is underway to remove the hundreds of passengers from the train (initial reports are that only one car derailed); NJ Transit say... Read Post
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