NJ Transit running with major delays on 2 lines after person fatally struck by train

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ELIZABETH, N.J. — New Jersey Transit service has resumed with major delays on the Northeast Corridor and New Jersey Coast lines after a person was fatally struck by a train.

Transit officials say a person was fatally struck in the area of Grove Street and Fay Avenue in Elizabeth just before 8 p.m., Monday.

Service was temporarily suspended in both directions on the lines. Trains are now running in both directions but facing up to 2-hour delays.

The PATH is cross honoring NJ Transit rail tickets at 33rd Street, Hoboken and Newark Penn Station until further notice. NJ Transit buses and private carriers are also cross honoring ticket system-wide.

Commuters are urged to check the NJ Transit website for updates on their train.

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