NJ Transit Bus Service Restored Thursday
State government offices to have two-hour delayed opening, and Chatham schools are canceled.
NJ Transit announced that bus service has been restored as of 11 a.m. Thursday morning after about a foot of snow piled up overnight.
The transit agency said that some bus routes into Newark are still suspended and local routes in Mercer County will be restored by 11:30 a.m. Route numbers 5, 34, 40, 41, 76, 94 and 108 remain suspended.
New Jersey Transit trains are running on 10-15 minute delays with some cancellations possible later in the day. The Hudson-Bergen light rail is operating on a weekday schedule. Light rail service between is suspended between Penn Station and Broad Street station in Newark.
Paratransit service remains suspended in most of the state.
The sun is expected to break through later Thursday.
The latest winter storm has closed all Chatham schools on Thursday after a delayed opening was initially announced Wednesday night.
All state government offices will have a two-hour delayed opening.
Chatham Township municipal buildings are open normal hours Thursday, and borough offices have opened on a two-hour delay.
Chatham Patch will continue to update this story.