NEW YORK (WABC) –
The New Jersey Transit service has resumed in and out of New York Penn Station after the Amtrak cable is having trouble stopping the service on Wednesday afternoon.
The service is resumed with 60 minute delays which are now for 15 minutes.
Transit officials said Amtrak began experiencing overhead wire problems between Newark and NYPS around 2:40 pm, and the power was restored around 2:50 pm
Several Amtrak trains were also affected by the management issues.
NJ Transit bus and private carriers will continue to cross the glory of NJ Transit rail tickets and passes.
PATH also accepts NJ Transit rail tickets and passes on Newark, Hoboken and 33rd Street.
Midtown Direct Line trains were redirected to Hoboken Terminal, but resumed at Penn Station by train 6648.
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