NEW JERSEY (PIX11) — Record cold weather is affecting the commute by road and river Friday as ice causes havoc with train tracks and ferries.
After working to clear ice masses, the East River Ferry notified riders that all service will be suspended at least until Saturday.
NJ Transit is warning of 20 minute delays in and out of New York as workers try to clear the ice hampering the following lines:
- Northeast Corridor
- North Jersey Coast
- Morris and Essex
Trains on those lines are operating on a single track while the ice is cleared, NJ Transit said.
PATH was accepting NJ Transit train tickets and passes in Newark Penn and New York but is no longer doing so, the agency said in a 12:30 p.m. update.