NJ Transit bus, train service still suspended Sunday morning.
NJ Transit bus and train service remained suspended Sunday morning, with no announced time to resume operations.
In a series of Tweets Sunday morning, NJ Transit said it would be resuming service when weather allows and when mandatory federal inspections were complete. A call to NJ Transit seeking more information Sunday had not yet been returned.
Its Access Link service remained suspended, with a planned start time of noon Sunday.
Once service resumes, systemwide cross-honoring will be in effect through Sunday for rail, light rail, buses and private buses, NJ Transit has said. The service posts travel advisories on its site, NJTransit.com.
New York City has lifted a travel ban put in place on Saturday that would have restricted travel in and out of the city.
Most SETPA service remained suspended early Sunday as well. SEPTA, with service in-and-out of Trenton and West Trenton, expected to begin running regional rail service at 10 a.m.
The hi-speed PATCO rail between South Jersey and Philadelphia was running on a "snow schedule."