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Limited NJ Transit rail service on 1 line

NJ Transit busses sit in flood water as a result of Hurricane Sandy on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012 in Hoboken, NJ. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes)
November 2, 2012 8:08:05 PM PDT
New Jersey Transit has limited rail service on just one of its lines this weekend.

- Northeast Corridor Line: As of Friday, November 2 service has resumed between Trenton Transit Center and Penn Station New York. Service will operate on a modified schedule until further notice

- North Jersey Coast Line: Service remains suspended until further notice.

- Raritan Valley Line: Service remains suspended until further notice.

- Montclair-Boonton Line: Service remains suspended until further notice.

- Morris & Essex Line: Service remains suspended until further notice.

- Main/Bergen Line: Service remains suspended until further notice.

- Pascack Valley Line: Service remains suspended until further notice.

- Atlantic City Rail Line: Service remains suspended until further notice.

NJ Transit resumed full or partial service on 80 percent of its bus routes on Thursday, and light rail vehicles also began running from the Walter Rand Transportation Center in Camden to the Trenton Transit Center.

The schedule will be posted on njtransit.com.

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ONLINE: njtransit.com

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