Trains, including diesel-powered consists, will be added to the Morris & Essex, Montclair-Boonton, and Main/Bergen County lines. In addition, NJ TRANSIT will restore 19 trains that have been operating "partial-length" trips to their complete trips.
NJT said the restored service will bring rail operations to 97% of its pre-Sandy service level, with 679 of the 700 weekday trains scheduled prior to the storm in service.
Many NJT's Hoboken Division train riders use Hoboken Terminal for transfers to PATH or ferry services linking lower Manhattan. Hoboken Terminal is also served by local buses and Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Transit.