NYC 4:43 p.m. Departure Toward Summit Back On Track
Train was originally canceled due to heat-related equipment failure.
The NJ Transit train that was originally cancelled by the organization is back up and running, it announced within the last hour.
Train 6343 scheduled to depart from New York City at 4:43 p.m. this afternoon on the Morris & Essex line–one of the lines that serves Summit–was originally canceled due to heat-related equipment failure.
Those failures contributed to the 30 minute delays experienced by many on Tuesday, as well as delays this morning. However, as of now all trains are operating as scheduled, including the one that was originally canceled.
NJ Transit had issued an alert earlier in the day stating that, due to equipment problems related to the extreme heat, it was advising rail customers to expect delays and cancellations during the morning commute.