Due to a severe shortage in equipment to run revenue trains with the ever-closing PTC deadline of December 31, 2018, NJ Transit has brought F40PH-2CAT 4119 back to revenue service in place of a cab car. The F40 fleet met their demise once the new ALP45DPs were placed into revenue service between 2012-2014, with 14 of the 17 units being sold to other railroads/companies. There are still three remaining units (4118, 4119, 4120) left on the roster, with only two operational. The 4119 and 4120 were demoted to non-revenue service after they were pulled from passenger service, and could often be seen back-to-back on work trains or equipment moves. As of this week, the 4119 has been placed back on revenue trains for the first time since September 27, 2013 and is seen leading the Bay Street Shuttle on Sunday August 5, 2018 at Newark Drawbridge in Harrison, NJ.