New Jersey Transit Midtown Direct, Northeast Corridor and New Jersey Coast Line trains are back on schedule after a morning of delays in and out of New York Penn Station.
Trains were diverted to Hoboken for several hours on Monday.
A disabled train was blocking access to the Secaucus station, according to NJ Transit officials.
PATH was cross-honoring train tickets at Hoboken, Newark Penn Station and New York Penn Station.
It was a rough morning for N.J. Transit train riders. The Portal Bridge was closed earlier in the morning.
Also, a train struck a pedestrian in Plainfield delaying service on the Raritan Valley Line.
The pedestrian was taken to UMDNJ in New Brunswick in unknown condition.
Riders should anticipate cancellations and delays on the Long Island Rail Road for the Tuesday evening rush. The railroad has canceled 21 trains that normally leave Penn Station between 3:27 and 7:01 p.m.