Smelly NJ Transit train

Commuters are complaining about the scent of NJ Transit Train 3922. The express train leaves the Trenton Transit Center weekdays at 6:57 a.m. and arrives in New York Penn Station at 8:10 a.m.

They have taken to social media with their complaints ranging from "manure smell" to wishing they had a cold so they wouldn't be able to detect the "horrible" smell.

"The issue stems from a mulch factory near the Morrisville, PA train yard," a NJ Transit spokesman said in a statement to Chasing News.  "Unfortunately, not much can be done about it."

Some commuters said they wouldn't mind the smell if the train wasn't delayed.

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