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Ada Torres

South Orange, NJ, United States

Rail

One NJ commuter perfectly described the commute to Hoboken as soul crushing and I agree. Longer commuting times during rush hour, train cancellations, manpower shortage, and more chaos are the things many of us witnessed on the second week of “Summer from Hell.” My ride is now 30-45 minutes longer than normal each way from South Orange to Hoboken and on the return trip home. Finding a different way to reach the Secaucus Junction Station to make the final connection so I can make it to work in Ridgefield Park on time has been a harrowing experience. NJ Transit could have offered a better alternative to accommodate M & E commuters who need to go to there.