Snow snarls evening commutes in New York, New Jersey

The snow is causing delays as people head home from work.

The region could see as much as eight inches of snow.

Here’s the latest on delays at of 6:30 p.m.:

NJ Transit:

Bus service to and from Port Authority Bus Terminal is subject to delays of up to 120 minutes.

NJ TRANSIT train service is subject to up to 30-minute delays system-wide due to weather-related conditions. Additionally, Northeast Corridor line train service is subject to up to 60 minute delays due to an Amtrak switch problem near Trenton.

NJ Transit bus, rail and light rail tickets and passes are being cross honored system-wide due to the weather.

LIRR:

Trains are delayed because of slippery rail conditions and fallen trees. Expect delays of up to 30 minutes systemwide, along with some cancellations

Metro North Railroad:

Waterbury Branch – delays of 15 to 20 minutes due to a late connection and weather related conditions.

PATH Train:

PATH is cross honoring NJT rail customers at 33 St, HOB, NWK and WTC.

George Washington Bridge:

The GWB Upper to New York is experiencing “significant” delays due to a multi-vehicle accident. There are 60+ minute delays on the Upper Level and 45 minute delays on the Lower Level.

Lincoln Tunnel:

The Lincoln Tunnel in both directions is experiencing delays due to weather conditions on NJ-495.

Bayonne Bridge:

The Bayonne Bridge is closed because of weather conditions.

Holland Tunnel:

The Holland Tunnel to NJ is experiencing a delay of 75 minutes due to adverse weather.