NJ Transit trains face delays following Amtrak power supply problem

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NEWARK, New Jersey — New Jersey Transit trains are rolling again, but passengers are facing delays.

Amtrak had a power supply problem Tuesday, forcing NJ Transit to temporarily suspend Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast Line service.

Those trains are back in service, but subject to delays.

Midtown Direct trains are operating in and out of New York after being diverted to Hoboken.

Raritan Valley Line trains are delayed between Newark and New York City.

PATH and buses are honoring NJ Transit rail tickets.

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