New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy joined other elected officials and NJ TRANSIT executives to announce the restoration of service on the Raritan Valley Line. New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy joinedother elected officials and NJ TRANSIT executives to announce therestoration of service on the Raritan Valley Line.

WESTFIELD, NJ—Federal and state officials were on hand on Mondayto celebrate the upcoming restoration of off-peak and one seatrides on NJ TRANSIT's Raritan Valley Line to Penn Station inManhattan.

The service was temporarily suspended in September 2018 as NJTRANSIT continued its installation of Positive Train Controlequipment on its rail fleet and will be restored effective onNovember 4th, and three of the four evening round trips will berestored.

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