The deadly NJ Transit train crash that took place early this morning in Hoboken is continuing to wreak havoc for commuters as rush-hour approaches.
To help travelers navigate in and around the area, buses are being added and ferries are cross-honoring tickets.
Here is the latest service updates for the PATH, rail lines, bus services and more:
-All PATH trains are running once again as of 3pm., according to the Port Authority.
NJ Transit Rail
Starting at 4pm.:
-Main, Bergen, Pascack Valley and Port Jervis lines will start and end in Secaucus. Buses will shuttle commuters from Hoboken to Secaucus Junction.
-Morris and Essex Line, Gladstone Branch and Montclair-Boonton Line will have limited service west of Montclair State University and Dover.
NJ Transit Light Rail
-Hudson Bergen Light Rail service is suspended into and out of the Hoboken terminal.
-Eighth Street to Hoboken trains end at Newport.
-Tonnelle Avenue to Hoboken trains end at Second Street.
-Westside Avenue to Tonnelle Avenue trains are not affected.
NJ Transit Bus
-There will be increased No. 126 bus service between Hoboken and Port Authority Bus Terminal.
-NJT bus, private carriers and NY Waterway are honoring NJT rail tickets.
-Buses will meet trains at Tarrytown Station to take commuters to all Pascack Valley Line stations and Suffern, Sloatsburg, Tuxedo and Harriman stations. This service will be in effect for trains leaving Grand Central between 3:43 and 8:33pm.
-Buses will meet trains at Beacon Station to take commuters to all stations between Harriman and Port Jervis stations. Service will be in effect for trains leaving Grand Central between 3:43 and 8:33pm.
-Metro-North is honoring all Pascack Valley Line and Port Jervis Line rail tickets until further notice.
-Ferry service in and out of the Hoboken terminal is suspended.
-All other NY Waterway service is operating.
-Ferries will cross-honor Hoboken terminal tickets on all other routes.
Commuters can call (855) 336-1774 for more information.
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