NEW JERSEY — New Jersey Transit's Raritan Valley Line train service was briefly suspended early Thursday morning due to signal issues, NJ Transit said.
Service resumed around 6:45 a.m. but customers were told to expect delays up to 60 minutes in a tweet from the Raritan Valley Line account
The delays come after service was suspended in both directions around 6 a.m. "due to Conrail signal problems," a tweet from the Raritan Valley Line said.
NJ Transit rail passes and tickets were being cross honored by NJ Transit buses and private carriers, the transit agency said earlier Thursday.
Raritan Valley Line service has resumed in both directions with delays of up to 60-minutes following earlier Conrail signal issues.
— Raritan Valley Line (@NJTRANSIT_RVL) March 12, 2020