NJ Transit delayed, PATH service suspended during morning rush

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NEW YORK — Service in and out of New York Penn Station is delayed up to 30 minutes due to a disabled Amtrak train in one of the Hudson River Tunnels, and PATH service has been restored after it was suspended between Hoboken and World Trade Center, between Journal Square and World Trade Center and between Journal Square and 33rd Street due to a broken rail outside Grove Street station.

NJT Rail tickets and passes are being accepted by NJT bus & private carriers. PATH is accepting NJT rail tickets/passes at NPS, HOB and 33rd St-NY.

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