MIDTOWN, Manhattan (PIX11) — NJ Transit’s Northeast Corridor Line train service between Penn Station and Trenton resumed service with “significant delays in both directions” Wednesday, according to officials.

Trains running westbound will skip Metuchen, Edison and New Brunswick. Officials said commuters are advised to transfer at Princeton Junction for eastbound service back to those stations.

The Morris and Essex and Montclair Boonton (mid-town district) lines, as well as the North Jersey Coastline will continue to run.

NJ Transit urged commuters to find alternate means of transportation.

Officials said NJ Transit rail tickets and passes will be cross-honored by PATH at Newark Penn Station and 33rd Street station.

The suspension is due to a brush fire along the tracks, according to Edison Mayor Sam Joshi’s Facebook.

Amtrak Northeast suspended all rail service between New York Penn Station and Philadelphia, according to an announcement on Twitter.