As promised, . Since Gladstone service is still suspended, NJT has added some stops to its Morris & Essex Line during rush hours.
For example, the 7:30 a.m. from Maplewood to New York Penn Station now will stop at all stations between Dover and Summit before arriving in Maplewood, and also includes a stop at Newark Broad Street (although it is still scheduled to arrive at NYP at the same time, 8:04 a.m.)
On the westbound trip home, the 5:15 p.m. and 5:41 p.m. from NYP to Maplewood also both include an additional stop in Newark.
(Also, Maplewood Township announced a new, temporary jitney schedule on Nov. 15. See the schedule here.)
Here is what you need to know about Midtown Direct, from the NJT website, including links to schedules.
Morris & Essex Line:
Normal weekend Midtown Direct service will operate this weekend, including connecting Montclair-Boonton Line service to/from Hoboken. Trains 906 and 911, which operate between Dover and Hoboken will be CANCELLED. View weekend schedule HERE.
- Starting Monday, November 19, regular weekday Midtown Direct service between Dover/Summit and New York will operate, with some trains making additional stops. Shuttle service will operate approximately once an hour between Summit and Hoboken. See EASTBOUND SCHEDULE HERE. See WESTBOUND SCHEDULE HERE.
- NOTE: Limited peak-period service between Hackettstown and Hoboken will operate via the Montclair-Boonton Line, with connections at Dover and Broad Street.
- Gladstone Branch service remains suspended until further notice due to storm related damage. Customers may use free emergency shuttle bus/ferry service or shuttle bus to rail service from selected Gladstone Branch stations. Click here for Gladstone bus shuttle information.