NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Hours after PATH trains resumed Monday, service was briefly suspended between Newark and the World Trade Center during the morning rush.
PATH trains started running Monday at 5 a.m. between Newark, Harrison, Journal Square, Grove Street and Exchange Place in New Jersey and the World Trade Center in New York City.READ MORE: 'Today, I Can Rejoice': New Yorkers Hit The Streets After Jury Finds Derek Chauvin Guilty In George Floyd's Death
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But by about 8:30 a.m., a power problem caused service to be suspended. It was restored about 90 minutes later.
Weekday PATH trains will now run from at 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. For now, the World Trade Center line will remain closed on weekends as crews continue to clean up.Activists Celebrate Conviction Of Derek Chauvin In George Floyd's Death, But Say Fight Is Not Over: 'Tomorrow, We Still Have To Dismantle Systemic Oppression'
The Hoboken terminal is still closed after being badly damaged by flooding. There’s no word yet when it will be re-opening.
More service has also returned to the Long Island Rail Road. Electric train service on the Long Beach branch has partially restored.
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It’s the first time the LIRR has operated on a nearly normal schedule on all of its branches since the storm.
On Staten Island, New York Water Taxi is offering ferry service from Great Kills Park to Manhattan for $2 a ride with stops near Wall Street and in midtown.MORE NEWS: Police: Gabriel Dewitt Wilson In Custody After Deadly Shooting At West Hempstead Stop & Shop
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