Rail service resumes on 2 NJ Transit lines

Submitted by New Jersey Transit Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark

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WOODBRIDGE – Rail service has resumed on two New Jersey Transit lines that were briefly shuttered when a truck hit a power transformer in central Jersey.

But service on the Northeast Corridor is now operating with delays of up to 60 minutes, while the North Jersey Coast lines are operating with 15-minute delays.

Rail service had been halted Wednesday afternoon in both directions on both lines after a flatbed truck flipped over on the tracks and hit the transformer at a crossing on Route 27 in Iselin.

No injuries were reported in the accident.

Originally published here.

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Jeffrey Hark is a New Jersey Civil and Criminal Lawyer.

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