"It's hard to imagine Amtrak, the Long Island Rail Road and New Jersey Transit doing a good job, but from my limited vantage point things seem to be running relatively smoothly", said Howard Bernstein, an attorney from Long Beach on Long Island who took the Long Island Rail Road to Manhattan to transfer to a PATH train to his job in Jersey City.
As per the Fire Department of NY which is better known as FDNY, who made a statement on the incident occurred in the Manhattan area on a late evening, where a auto from a New Jersey train was derailed which was carrying about 100 people on board.
Brooklyn resident Celene Ryan says the changes have added an hour a day to her commute.
It was New York Governor Andrew Cuomo who predicted a nightmarish travel season during the partial shutdown that begins Monday and continues through September 1.
"The closure of multiple New York Penn Station tracks to NJ Transit trains will have a severe impact on the lives of tens of thousands of New Jersey commuters", said state Sen.
Speaking Monday morning, MTA chairman Joseph Lhota said, so far, "everything has been on time" and "working according to plan". "Everybody's just bumping into each other, pushing each other, to get to their destination".
All tolls on major commuting crossings are also cashless.
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As a way for the thousands of affected commuters to avoid the inevitable headaches they will face while the work continues through September 1, MTA Chairman Joe Lhota suggested on Sunday that they "try to come in earlier - or later if your job allows it". "I've been using LIRR for the past 11 years and it's been good", said Tamer Seoud, chief financial officer for the non-profit Lutheran Social Services of NY.
Service has been stepped up by trains, buses and ferries in anticipation of the busier commute.
Ahead of the track work, transit advocates voiced concerns of overcrowding at subway stations where the MTA was offering to cross honor LIRR tickets as part of its mitigation program.
"I think more people are trying out the buses, more people driving in and I think a lot of people said 'Screw it, I'll take a vacation, '" one commuter said.
In response to the issues, PATH is adding enough trains so that one will arrive every five minutes.
The repairs are expected to last through August.
Cuomo, touted as a potential Democratic challenger to President Donald Trump in 2020, has also come under pressure to fix New York's problem-plagued subways.