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Despite storm crash, NJ Transit pushes on

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On Friday, Jan. 3, 2013, a NJ Transit bus crashed into a building in Paterson, N.J. The bus lost control on an icy road and slid into a carpet store. Winter storm Hercules blanketed New Jersey with several inches of snow overnight, causing hazardous driving conditions throughout the state.

Despite the morning crash, NJ Transit pushed on. Even with statewide alerts, NJ Transit bus service from the Freehold Mall to New York Penn Station will currently take approximately one hour and 30 minutes.

For NJ Transit schedules, visit the web site at http://www.njtransit.com. You can view schedules, alerts, urgent messages and more.

Mobile users can download the NJ Transit MyTix app. This free app lets you purchase tickets and display them right from your mobile phone.

Keep in touch with NJ Transit news by following @NJTRANSIT on Twitter. Search #MyTransit for current alerts and news.

Visit NJ Transit on Facebook for latest news and stories.

NJ Transit continues to serve New Jersey, despite the effects of winter storm Hercules. If you are planning a trip, visit the NJ Transit web site and check the schedules. There may be delays, but NJ Transit will get you where you need to go.

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