There will be limited service in and out of New York Penn Station on NJ Transit Tuesday night due to a minor train derailment in New York Penn Station Tuesday morning.
NJ Transit has announced that Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast Line trains will have 60 to 90 minute delays in and out of New York Penn Station in both directions. Some trains will be canceled and NJ Transit is advising to expect trains to have crowding conditions.
Raritan Valley passengers use the Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast Line to travel between New York and Newark Penn Station. PATH trains from Herald Square and the World Trade Center to Newark Penn will be operating Tuesday evening.
All Midtown Direct trains will travel to and from Hoboken, with connections to PATH being at no additional charge. NJ Transit said that all trains in and out of Hoboken will be operating on 15 to 20 minute delays due to the extra Midtown Direct trains.
All NJ Transit rail tickets and passes will be cross honored on NJ Transit buses, private buses and PATH trains on Tuesday.
A Northeast Corridor train from New York to Trenton had a minor derailment while departing New York Penn Station shortly before 8 a.m. Tuesday, according to NJ Transit. Two of cars derailed, remaining upright in the tunnel and there were no injuries on the train.
NJ Transit said the derailment is causing limited train access to the Hudson River tunnel until the train is cleared.