Good news for commuters who travel between New Jersey and New York.
A New Jersey transit route that was suspended last year will be back in service soon.
Governor Phil Murphy said the off-peak direct service on the Raritan Valley line to New York will be up and running in three weeks.
The trains served Hunterdon, Essex, Union, and Somerset counties.
It was suspended last fall while the agency tried to finish installing a federally mandated braking system.