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NJ Transit trains between New Jersey, New York back to normal after 45-minute delays

PENN STATION, Manhattan — New Jersey Transit trains in and out of New York were experiencing delays of up to 45 minutes Thursday morning.

The delays were caused by a disabled NJ Transit train earlier Thursday at Penn Station, according to NJ Transit’s Twitter.

As of shortly before 11:30 a.m., trains were running close to normal with residual delays.

The Port Authority Trans-Hudson, known as PATH, will be accepting NJ Transit tickets and passes at 33rd Street, Hoboken and Newark Penn Station.