How to get to NYC when the Montclair-Boonton train line is not running

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Now…what you might not know is that NJT always does some degree of cross-honoring. Your train pass may be valid for a bus (or light rail) that can get you home.
Info: http://www.njtransit.com/ti/ti_servlet.srv?hdnPageAction=RailTicketsTo
Click on Travel Flexibility

Here are some options

  1. Take the bus to the city. Sure…DeCamp. But have you tried NJT bus at the Allwood Park & Ride in Clifton?
  2. Get to Secaucus Junction and take any available train into Penn
  3. Take a NJT bus (e.g. #29 express) to Newark Penn Station. Take PATH or NJT.
  4. Take NJT bus (e.g. #11/28/29) to Newark Broad St (stop is University Ave at Lackawanna Ave)
  5. Drive to Harrison or Jersey City. Take PATH.
  6. Use Newark City Subway / Newark light rail from Bloomfield to Newark Broad or Newark Penn.
    Take PATH or NJT
    More info here
    Note: If you have a monthly ticket you get unlimited travel on Newark Light Rail during the month the pass is valid