NJ Transit and other bus carriers warned riders to leave New York City while they can before an intensifying snow storm makes roads impassible.
All NJ Transit bus service, including out of N.Y., will be suspended at 4:30 p.m., as a worsening snow storm makes travel dangerous.
The suspension means that no buses will depart after 4:30 p.m., but buses already running will continue until they reach their destination, said Nancy Snyder, an NJ Transit spokeswoman....
Highway agencies are treating roads and NJ Transit will run a modified service as air travelers are warned to check their flight status as a nor'easter approaches.
By now, commuters and travelers know the drill.
As a fourth nor'easter bears down on the state, threatening to make the Wednesday morning commute a slippery challenge, transit agencies warned travelers to check schedules and service status before they leave tomorrow and not to...
NJ Transit restored service to one of eight lines that were suspended Wednesday night due to storm damage, but the agency has extensive repairs to make on the others.
NJ Transit returned one of eight rail lines to service Thursday morning that were shut down by storm damage on Wednesday.
Service resumed on the Raritan Valley Line only between Raritan and Newark after crews removed more than 70 fallen trees from the line, officials said....