A key power substation has been repaired and two trains will be added to the Montclair-Boonton Line.
As of Sunday March 24, electric-powered trains will run to and from the Hoboken Terminal again, New Jersey Transit announced on Tuesday. The restoration of service will add two additional trains to the local Montclair-Boonton Line. It's for the first time since Hurricane Sandy that the electric trains resume service. After that day, the agency will be at 97 percent of its service, compared to pre-Sandy levels. In a statement, NJ Transit Executive Director James Weinstein said, “This marks significant progress in post-Sandy recovery." Weinstein added that as of March 24, there will be 21 additional trains added to the current schedules, "which will restore nearly all rush hour service to Hoboken and result in the long-awaited return of …
NJ Transit announces limited train schedule for Montclair-Boonton line, which runs through Bloomfield's two stations.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Limited service on the Montclair-Boonton line to New York City and Hoboken will resume Wednesday morning, New Jersey Transit announced. Service will operate during peak periods between 6 and 10 a.m. and 4 and 8 p.m. as follows: One train to Penn Station New York per hour and one train to Hoboken Terminal per hour. Service will also operate on a limited basis due to single-track operations during off-peak hours, NJ Transit said in a press release. These off-peak trains will makes tops between Penn Station New York and Montclair State University. "The restoration of limited Montclair-Boonton service to New York and Hoboken is another step forward for NJ Transit rail customers,” said Transportation Commissioner and NJ Transit Board Chairman…