The fierce nor'easter battering the Northeast is causing havoc with rail travel. Amtrak announced Friday that all services along the Northeast Corridor between Washington D.C. and Boston "are temporarily suspended due to multiple weather related issues."
Service between New York City and Boston was suspended earlier due to flooding and multiple downed trees.
Amtrak also announced that one track on the Washington-Maryland corridor was out service for repairs due to weather damage. That forced trains to reduce speeds for safety.
Trains already en route will continue to Washington, New York City and Boston and hold.
In New Jersey, a downed tree that hit overhead wires has suspended some New Jersey Transit service.
NJT says the tree toppled in the area of Morris Plains on Friday, causing the suspension of service on the Morris and Essex Line in both directions between Dover and Convent Station.