Travel bans were lifted Tuesday morning, a day after officials barred drivers from streets throughout the Tri-State area.
Things are getting back to normal after the storm. Before you head out, check out our guide below for all the latest transit updates.
The Tri-State area is bracing for a “crippling and potentially historic” storm that could bury communities in up to 2 or more feet of snow.
A bus slammed into a wall inside the Port Authority Bus Terminal late Tuesday afternoon, leaving one person hospitalized.
A church could be standing in the way of New Jersey commuters’ hopes for a faster trip to the city.
New Jersey Transit police are searching for suspects who robbed commuters at gunpoint at the North Elizabeth station Christmas Eve morning.
Some northern New Jersey mayors met with lawmakers on Wednesday to push for extending NJ Transit’s light rail north of its last Hudson County stop.
NJ TRANSIT service on the Pascack Valley Line was suspended Wednesday evening – just as New Year’s Eve celebrations were set to begin – after someone was struck and killed by a train in Hackensack.
Extra trains will be running for New Year’s Eve revelers getting to and from their parties.
A passenger was detained Tuesday, after allegedly pulling a knife on the conductor of a NJ TRANSIT train.
Eight people were hurt Wednesday morning when a NJ TRANSIT bus loaded with passengers collided with three tractor-trailers during the morning rush, New Jersey State Police said.
A flood watch is in effect through late Tuesday night for New York City, parts of Long Island, Westchester, Orange, Rockland and Putnam counties as well as for parts of Connecticut, New Jersey.
NJ TRANSIT says passengers heading to Newark and New York City should expect delays of up to 15 minutes through Dec. 21.
One of the busiest, most stressful travel days of the year poses special challenges as travelers on their way to Thanksgiving celebrations contend with a nor’easter packing rain and snow.
The two-acre platform located between 9th and 10th avenues between 31st and 33rd streets is bigger than Bryant Park and was built over active Amtrak, LIRR and NJ Transit tracks.