NEW YORK (WABC) –
The public transportation service in New Jersey resumed from and to New York Penn Station after Amtrak's son problems briefly interrupted the service Wednesday afternoon.
The NJ transit service is subject to delays of up to 60 minutes.
Public transit officials said Amtrak began having problems with aerial cables between Newark and NYPS around 2:40 pm, and that power was restored around 2:50 pm.
Several Amtrak trains have also been affected by cable issues.
NJ Transit private buses and carriers will continue to honor NJ Transit tickets and train tickets.
PATH also accepts train tickets and NJ Transit passes to Newark, Hoboken and 33rd Street.
Midtown direct trains were diverted to the Hoboken terminal but were taken back to Penn station by train 6648
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