Weather May Delay Start of One-Seat Ride

The launch of limited direct rail service to Manhattan on the Raritan Valley Line may be impacted by Monday’s anticipated snowstorm. 

In case of severe weather, NJ Transit may switch to an enhanced weekend schedule, which would delay the start of the one-seat ride until Tuesday, March 4. 

 NJ Transit will post any weather-related service changes on its website at www.njtransit.com on Sunday night.         

Somerset County Freeholder Peter S. Palmer, who also chairs the Raritan Valley Rail Coalition, will board the first one-seat ride train leaving the Raritan Borough station for New York.  The train will depart from the Raritan station at 8:43 a.m. – on either Monday or Tuesday, depending on the weather – and arrive at New York’s Penn Station at 10:09 a.m. 

To see the new weekday off-peak schedule for the Raritan Valley Line, visit http://bit.ly/OneSeatRide


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