Amtrak signal problems have caused a series of delays and cancellations along the Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast lines, NJ Transit announced on its Web site.
Three Northeast Corridor line trains departing New York were canceled this evening. Other Northeast Corridor trains in both directions are experiencing 60- to 90-minute delays, according to NJ Transit.
Inbound train service to New York on the North Jersey Coast line has been suspended from Long Branch, while outbound service is subject to 60- to 90-minute delays. Two evening North Jersey Coast line trains departing New York were canceled because of the signal trouble.
Bus and rail passes are being cross-honored on PATH trains and on private carriers, according to the NJ Transit alert.