NJ Transit service resumes into and out of NY Penn Station

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NEW JERSEY — Train service on multiple New Jersey Transit lines has resumed into and out of New York Penn Station Thursday because the Portal Bridge is stuck open near Secaucus, the transit agency said.

Service has resumed on the Northeast Corridor, North Jersey Coast and Raritan lines as of 1 p.m., according to NJ Transit. Riders are told to expect delays up to 60 minutes.

Eastbound Midtown Direct trains are operating into Penn Station once again, while westbound trains are departing from Hoboken.

NJ Transit bus and privates carriers as well as PATH trains are cross-honoring.