New Jersey Transit’s North Jersey Coast Line service suspended due to signal issues at River Draw Bridge

NEW JERSEY (WABC) — New Jersey Transit’s North Jersey Coast Line service was suspended Thursday morning.

The suspension occurred due to signaling problems on the drawbridge.

It is not yet known when the problem will be resolved.

NJ Transit train tickets and passes are honored on NJ Transit and private carrier buses.

NJ Transit encourages customers to visit their website for information about alternative services.

This story will be updated as new information becomes available.

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The latest information comes from NJ Burkett.


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