The train that is currently scheduled to leave Manhattan at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday has been delayed due to a mechanical issue.
The train was due to depart from Terminal 2 at 5:30 a.m., and is expected to leave around 10:30 on Wednesday, according to the New York State Department of Transportation.
The department says the train is currently on a delayed track.
The New York-to-New Jersey route, which will run from Brooklyn to Philadelphia, is scheduled to begin Monday.
The station was slated to open this morning, but has since been put on hold due to the issue.
The train will be running from Newark to Newark.
The Amtrak Northeast Corridor Line is expected, as it has been for a while, to start the new service this morning in New York, with a scheduled departure from New Jersey at 4 p.d.
The new train, which is also scheduled to be an upgrade to the existing trains, will be operated by the Union Pacific Railroad.
The railroad operates a number of trains between New York and Philadelphia, including a line that runs between Philadelphia and Baltimore.
The trains are scheduled to operate every hour.
The NJ Transit service has been running since late last year, and was expected to be operating this morning as well.
The NJ Transit trains run every hour and are designed to be reliable, but the NJ Transit schedule is subject to change at any time.