.

NJ Transit Gets Rockland Rail Service Rolling Again

Limited service resumes on Main/Bergen Line, Pascack Valley Line.

NJ Transit rail service to Rockland is starting up again after being knocked out by Hurricane Sandy.

Main/Bergen County/Port Jervis Lines: 

  • WEEKEND SERVICE on Sunday, Nov. 11 will operate between Port Jervis and Secaucus, but does not serve Hoboken.  Connecting service is available to/from New York at Secaucus.  This service will operate on the followingMODIFIED SCHEDULE.
    • Connecting bus serviceto/from Hoboken will be available at Secaucus on the weekends ONLY
  • Beginning Monday, Nov. 12, full-day service is restored on the Main/Bergen County/Port Jervis Lines. These trains will not stop at Secaucus.  This service will operate on the following MODIFIED SCHEDULE.
  • A Number of rail stations throughout the system may have limited lighting and no elevator and escalator service due to power problems as a result of Hurricane Sandy.  As a result, Secaucus Junction will not be ADA accessible until furthernotice.  Additionally, the following stations are experiencing power problems along the Main Line:  Lyndhurst, Passaic, Delawanna, hohokus and Mahwah.  Customers are urged to use caution in and around these rail stations.

Pascack Valley Line:

  • Beginning Monday, Nov. 12, full-day service is restored on the Pascack Valley Line.  These trains will not stop at Secaucus.  This service will operate on the following MODIFIED SCHEDULE. 

Boards

More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »