NJ Transit’s train diversions to Hoboken hit one snag Monday

NJ Transit’s train diversions to Hoboken hit one snag Monday



there was gloom over Hoboken Terminal Monday morning the beginning of the diversion of select Montclair Boonton line trains from Penn Station to Homolka until September blathers on one North Jersey coast line train sent to Hoboken had the opportunity to change to New York trade in Penn Station Newark riders affected by the train change on Monday said that except for some door problems and cancellations it was a regular commute for them the problems were waiting downstairs in the path station riders love unlimited Metro cards found they couldn't be used to pay path fare they had to join other commuters who forgot to buy fare cards in the lines but by 8:30 filled the fare collection area of the station even paths general manager jumped in to help passengers by their fare up stairs path employees sent riders to other path entrances that were less crowded New York Waterway officials said more people rode the ferry on Monday morning than on a regular weekday but some of them bought the wrong type of ticket and had to be sent back into Hoboken station for the correct one the correct tickets have nyw – Hoboken printed on them tickets to Penn Station cannot be used

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