500 More Buses Added in NJ
Gov. Chris Christie says more buses are being added from the federal government to help make up for limited rail service in the wake of Sandy.
At a briefing in Westwood, Christie said 500 buses were being added Tuesday. He also said train service into Manhattan has been limited because of power problems on Amtrak’s tracks.
New Jersey Transit has made some adjustments in its park-and-ride operations in the northern part of the state.
Eight emergency park-and-ride bus lots have been consolidated to four in Ramsey, MetLife Stadium, PNC Arts Center and Liberty Science Center.
Buses that were used in emergency service in Bridgewater, Woodbridge, Willowbrook Mall and Newark airport have been redistributed to alleviate crowding.
Port Jervis trains are running into Hoboken, but won’t stop at Secaucus Junction.
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