Commuters heading to Penn Station on NJ Transit, Lengthy Island Rail Street or Amtrak are dealing with what’s turning into an more and more widespread occasion: Delays due to points with Amtrak infrastructure. Tonight’s drawback is, based on NJ Transit, “as a consequence of Amtrak overhead wire issues between the yard and [Penn Station] in East River Tunnel.”
How dangerous is the state of affairs? Nicely…
NJ Transit stated, “NEC, NJCL, RVL and MidTown Direct trains are topic to as much as forty-minute delays, and anticipated to escalate.” Listed here are particulars from LIRR:
LIRR clients can anticipate delays and cancelations this night as a result of an Amtrak energy drawback in one of many East River tunnels. All westbound service to Penn is suspended. NYC Transit is cross-honoring tickets on the E practice at Sutphin/Archer, Union Turnpike, 71st Ave. and Penn Station, in addition to on the 7 practice at 61st St., Woodside, & between Penn Station and Atlantic Terminal on the two and three trains. Clients can take the subway to Atlantic Terminal for extra service to Jamaica.
Earlier in the present day, Amtrak stated, “Clients might expertise delays between New York and New Jersey resulting from ongoing monitor inspections and upkeep at New York Penn Station. We apologize to clients for any delays because of this work.”