TRENTON -- With New Jersey Transit's Hoboken station looking like it will remain closed for much of the week, the agency has released a modified weekday schedule.

NJ Transit warned that riders should be prepared for delays and overcrowding while the temporary weekday schedule remains in effect.

The Main, Bergen, Pascack Valley, and Port Jervis lines will continue to operate on a weekend schedule originating and terminating in Secaucus, with stops at the Teterboro and Woodcliff Lake stations. Cross-honoring of NJ Transit rail tickets will continue with PATH, ferries, and both NJ Transit and private bus carriers. PATH service in and out of Hoboken remains normal.

Shuttle buses will run between the Secaucus station and Liberty State Park. The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail will then take commuters to Hoboken and Jersey City. Extra bus service will be offered on select routes which run parallel to the Main/Bergen and Pascack Valley rail lines.

The Morris & Essex, Gladstone Branch, and Montclair-Boonton lines will have limited service running every two hours for points west of Montclair State University, and west of Dover.

The Northeast Corridor, North Jersey Coast Line and Midtown Direct lines are unaffected by the Hoboken crash and are each running on a normal weekday schedule.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at

More from New Jersey 101.5: