- Associated Press - Sunday, January 24, 2016

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey Transit’s trains, buses and light rail are all going back in service after being shuttered by a massive snowstorm.

The agency resumed its light rail service late Sunday morning. Officials also said most bus and train routes had or would resume normal schedules on Sunday afternoon, though they warned that delays and detours are likely.

Regular weekday service also was expected to be in place for the Monday morning commute. But riders were urged to allow extra travel time in case weather-related issues caused delays.

Officials warned transit riders to be careful, noting potentially slippery conditions at many bus stops and train stations.


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