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Severe weather causes major delays.

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Jun 26, 2009 07:31:38 PM

Morris & Essex Line train #6663, the 7:22pm from New York is cancelled. Passengers may use train #6667, the 8:02pm from New York which will make all stops.

 

 

 

Jun 26, 2009 07:30:13 PM

North Jersey Coast Line train #3274, the 6:46pm from Long Branch up to 40 min. delay due to overhead wire problem caused by downed tree.

 

 

 

Jun 26, 2009 07:23:54 PM

Eastbound Morris & Essex Lines Midtown Direct trains are operating with 45 to 60 minute delays between Dover and New York and all westbound trains traveling between Morristown and Dover are operating with 45 to 60 minute delays due to a downed tree in the overhead wires west of Morris Plains.

 

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Do not attempt to find or go near these sites. High voltage lines are lethal.

 

- A

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There were like 3 or 4 trains stacked up near Denville around 6:30 when I passed through the area on train 807.

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North Jersey Coast Line service is subject to up to 90-minute delays.

 

Sent: 9:32 PM

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New Jersey Transit are cross honoring with Academy Bus to accommodate customers traveling out of New York on the North Jersey Coast Line.

 

Sent: 8:34 PM

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Jun 27, 2009**11:51:28 AM

North Jersey Coast Line trains are subject to 60 minute delays between Bay Head and New York in both directions due to an overhead wire problem.

Jun 27, 2009**11:51:14 AM

North Jersey Coast Line train #7228, 11:07am from Long Branch, was cancelled at Long Branch due to oeverhead wire problems between Matawan and South Amboy.

Jun 27, 2009**11:48:12 AM

North Jersey Coast Line train #7229, the 9:07am from NYPS, was cancelled at South Amboy due to overhead wire problems between South Amboy and Matawan.

Jun 27, 2009**11:46:46 AM

North Jersey Coast Line train #7233, 10:07am from NYPS, was cancelled at South Amboy due to overhead wie problems between South Amboy and Matawan.

Jun 27, 2009**11:43:43 AM

North Jersey Coast Line train #7224, the 10:07am from Long Branch, was cancelled at Matawan due to overhead wire problems between Matawan and SOuth Amboy.

Check planned Service Advisories, Station Advisories, Customer Notices that may affect your trip. ***

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** Jun 27, 2009**12:26:09 PM

North Jersey Coast Line trains are now operating on or close to schedule with some residual delays from earlier overhead wire problems, now resolved.

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