NJ Transit buses still rerouted 'until further notice' in Hoboken after Sunday fire; how you can help victims
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HOBOKEN - Several New Jersey Transit buses are operating on a detour due to the police and fire activity stemming from the Sunday night fire at 300 Washington St. in Hoboken.

On the 22, 89, and 126 routes northbound, no service will be provided along Washington Street between Observer Highway and Eleventh Street from Hoboken Terminal. Instead, buses will operate from Hoboken Terminal along Observer Highway to northbound Bloomfield Street, make a right on 11th Street, a left onto Washington Street, then return to the regular route. Residents can hail the bus from stops along Bloomfield Street.

Bus riders heading to south to the Hoboken Terminal via the 22, 89, or 126 bus routes should be aware that buses will operate down Hudson Street beginning at 11th Street.

The changes are in place "until further notice," and NJ Transit is advising customers to check out njtransit.com for service updates.

In addition to a community fundraiser scheduled for March 2 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Room 84 at 84 Washington St. (see earlier item at hudsonreporter.com with link to information), Saints Peter and Paul Church is also coordinating an effort to help the victims of the fire. Residents needing help or who wish to provide assistance can contact the parish at (201) 659-2276 or secretary@spphoboken.com.

- Ray Smith
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