NJ Transit service resumes after wire issues cause delays into and out of Penn Station

NEW YORK — Trains into and out of Penn Station New York are now operating onto or close to schedule after wire issues caused delays on the NJ Transit during the Wednesday morning commute.

Following overhead wire issues on the Amtrak, trains heading into and out of Penn Station in New York were operating with delays.

Residual delays continue for trains already enroute.

Commuters are advised to allow additional travel time.

The LIRR service has returned on or close to schedule after temporarily experiencing delays in both directions in and out of Penn Station due to earlier police activity along Woodside.

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