NJ Transit Announces Summer Return of Late-Night Trains to Jersey Shore

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New Jersey Transit is restoring a late-night train that will travel between New York City and the Jersey shore for the second summer in a row.

The train will leave New York's Penn Station at 1 a.m., beginning June 26.

The train will stop in Elberon, Allenhurst, Asbury Park, Bradley Beach, Belmar, Spring Lake, Manasquan, Point Pleasant Beach and Bay Head.

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The service will end on Sept. 8.

Meanwhile, commuters are dealing with continued delays because of track maintenance work and inspections that Amtrak is doing. And starting this month, Amtrak is launching a six-week makeover project at New York Penn Station that will disrupt travel on Amtrak, NJ Transit and the Long Island Rail Road.

Details on the summer project are still being hammered out. 

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