PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — NJ TRANSIT says they plan on resuming bus service statewide for Thursday, March 8 beginning at 4 a.m.

Rail service on the Northeast Corridor, North Jersey Coast Line and Pascack Valley Line is expected to operate on regular weekday service.

However, Raritan Valley, Atlantic City, Main/Bergen County, Port Jervis and Morristown, Gladstone Branch and Montclair Boonton lines were heavily impacted by the storm. The storm’s heavy, wet snow toppled trees and blew overhead wires onto the rails, which has caused significant cleanup efforts. The severe conditions, particularly in along the Morris & Essex Lines in Morris County where snowfall accumulations were greatest, have rendered much of the rail infrastructure inaccessible.  Crews will be working throughout the night to assess and restore service on these lines as quickly as possible.  Service updates on these lines will be announced as they become available.

Read more on the status of New Jersey Transit HERE.

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