NJ TRANSIT service between Manhattan and Newark was briefly shut down Thursday afternoon, after a track fire outside Newark Penn Station.
A raccoon caused an outage Friday evening that cut power to more than 10,000 customers in Jersey City, and shut down much of the service on the PATH Train system for about an hour and a half.
It may be a bit trickier for most straphangers to get around this weekend.
The main exit at the World Trade Center station was closed shortly before 9 a.m. because of falling ice, forcing commuters to walk underground for at least 30 minutes in order to get out.
The incident occurred early Sunday morning on a Hoboken-bound train.
Transit agencies across the Tri-State area are responding to the powerful winter storm which is causing disruptions.
In order to expedite the process, there will be no weekend service from Newark to 33rd Street via Hoboken so crews can make repairs with the third rail turned off.
Nearly four weeks after Superstorm Sandy, PATH train service from New Jersey to Lower Manhattan will resume on Monday morning.
NJ TRANSIT officials announced over the weekend that limited service will begin Monday morning on the Bergen and Pascack Valley Lines.
At a news conference, Cuomo announced MTA subway service, Metro-North trains and LIRR service will be shut down as of 7 p.m. Sunday. Additionally, final bus service end at 9 p.m.
PATH trains are back on schedule. Trains running between Newark and Journal Square had been experiencing 30 minute delays due to a signal problem.
It won’t be normal yet, but some parts of the rhythm of New Jersey are returning two days after the state was walloped by a snow storm.
PATH trains are rolling again between New Jersey and New York City after repairs were made to a broken rail.
A derailed NJ Transit train that snarled the evening commute for tens of thousands of travelers is back on the tracks.