GLADSTONE, N.J. — New Jersey Transit says that service along the Gladstone branch of the Morris and Essex lines is suspended because of emergency repair work.

NJ Transit said Thursday in a statement service would be suspended for the morning commute and that rail tickets and passes would be cross-honored on Lakeland buses to the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

NJ Transit will also cross-honor Gladstone branch tickets and passes on its other rail and bus lines.

It’s unclear when service will be restored and what specifically led to the emergency repair work.

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