According to NJ Transit officials, at approximately 4:30 p.m., unattended items were located in the walkway behind Hoboken Terminal.
Officials said as a precaution, police moved customers out of the waiting room and service was suspended at the ferry slips.
Several tracks at Hoboken Terminal were taken out of service for the investigation however, rail service continued to operate utilizing tracks 1-8.
HBLR light rail service was not operating trains at the time in or out of Hoboken due to pre-planned track work.
Officials said following an investigation, the Jersey City police department cleared the items.
All services have resumed at Hoboken Terminal. New Jersey Transit police have located one individual and are currently speaking to that individual.