Until New Jersey Transit passengers experienced a 60-minute delay this Tuesday for a “minor derailment” that caused the suspension of service to and from Penn Station NYC.
The incident occurred in the middle of rush hour, around 9:00 am, so the crowd of users was greater. At the time of the incident, Around 1,500 customers and crew were on board and no injuries were reported.
“Rail service to and from Penn Station New York has resumed and is subject to delays of up to 60 minutes due to a minor low-speed derailment at Penn Station New York,” the agency reported on its website.
He indicated that service on Midtown Direct was being diverted to Hoboken.
While the delay due to the derailment on New Jersey Transit was overcome, the system PATH was accepting tickets and passes train at Newark Penn Station, Hoboken and 33rd St-NY. NJ Transit buses and private carriers also received them.
The agency communicated about the situation on platform X, formerly Twitter, where it received complaints from its users.
“You all suck. Awful! We deserve better”; “I’m stuck in the middle of nowhere! How could you honor that? I should get a full refund!”; “NJ Transit is the worst. “I can’t tell you how many times I have been late for work because of the numerous and countless problems this service has, from train breakdowns to rail problems, it never ends!” some said.
The contingency was overcome at approximately 11:30 am.
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