UPDATE: Following inspections, NJ Transit announced all rail services will be restored as of noon Saturday.
ORIGINAL: Bus service in northern and central New Jersey has been restored as of 8 a.m. Saturday morning, Feb. 9, New Jersey Transit announced Saturday morning. All bus service in Mercer County and along the Route 9 corridor was restored as of 7 a.m., and remaining bus services were restored by 8 a.m.
NJ Transit advises there will still be service delays and detours due to road conditions. Customers should leave plenty of time for travel.
Rail and light rail service remain suspended while a full assessment is conducted, according to NJ Transit. Once the rails are deemed safe, the 12-hour restoration process can begin. Steps have already been taken to expedite this process, according to NJ Transit.
All service was shut down Friday afternoon, due to the coming storm.
System wide cross-honoring remains in effect.