A Northeast Corridor Line train "experienced a slow-speed derailment" on Track 9 at Penn Station around 9 a.m. Monday, NJ Transit announced at the time.
A faulty wheel is believed to be the cause of the NJ Transit derailment at Penn Station Monday morning.
NJ Transit service has been suspended in and out of Penn Station, and MidTown Direct trains are being diverted to Hoboken. Customers can take the 6:12 a.m. train from Babylon, due into Penn Station at 7:14 a.m.
MTA officials told commuters to anticipate LIRR delays and cancelations during the evening rush out of Penn Station. The LIRR also reduced some traffic to give Amtrak and New Jersey Transit room to run their trains. "As we re-rail we want to make sure we don't cause other damage", Naparstek said, adding that the cars were taken to the Sunnyside Yard in Queens for further examination.
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Investigators are looking into why a NJ Transit train derailed just outside the station Monday morning.
As a result, trains on the Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast Line trains are running on a holiday schedule.
There were no serious injuries.
"It is our plan to have service restored as quickly as possible", he said.
"I have no idea why they canceled the later one", she said.