New Jersey Transit's trains remain out of service Monday until further notice, as a result of damage inflicted by Hurricane Irene.

With the exception of the Atlantic City Rail Line, all NJ Transit rail service will remain suspended. Bus and light rail service of NJ Transit are operating on a modified schedule, and commuters can expect service adjustments throughout the day.

Due to numerous downed trees and flooded rail stations, crews are continuously assessing the rail infrastructure, which is nearing its completion.

There will be NO service to the Meadowlands Sports Complex tomorrow night for the Giants/Jets Game due to expected limited equipment and crew members. Coach USA will supplement its bus service from Port Authority Bus Terminal, reads the NJ Transit website.

Hudson-Bergen Light Rail and River Line will operate on a weekend schedule, with trains operating every 30 minutes between Hoboken and Tonnelle Avenue. River Line services may be subject to delays between the Walter Rand Transportation Center and the Entertainment Center due to flooding.

We only cancel service when we absolutely have to -- and Irene has forced us to do so on most of our rail lines, the director of the transit system said in a statement, reports Reuters.

Our crews will work around the clock to clear trees, restore power and repair flood damage.

Bus service is running on a modified schedule, with possible delays, detours or cancellations.

According to the service information released by NJ Transit on Sunday, there is no bus service on the following routes and portions of routes:

o No. 75 - no service north of Wayne

o No. 138 - no service to Spotswood or Monroe

o No. 139 - no service to Elizabethtown

o No. 193 - no service

o No. 194 - no service

o No. 196 - no service

o No. 197 - no service to Preakness Mall

For more detailed alerts and service adjustments, you can visit here.