NJ Transit Restores Bus Service
Bus service has been restored for NJ Transit throughout New Jersey.
The agency suspended service in Mercer County and along the Route 9 corridor Friday night, due to the snowstorm. Both were resumed at 7 am on Saturday.
Meanwhile, all bus service north of Interstate 195 — including routes to-and-from New York City — were restored as of 8 am Saturday.
Regarding rail lines, the Morris-Essex, Montclair-Boonton and Midtown Direct lines are still temporarily suspended as crews work to clear the tracks of snow and ice. It’s unclear when those lines will be restored to full service.
NJ Transit urges customers to check their website, njtransit.com, for additional alerts and updates.
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