NJ Transit confirmed the news on its Twitter page that Northeast Corridor trains are subject to 15- to 30-minute delays in both directions "due to a trespasser fatality."
The tragic news came after New Brunswick police warned of delays because of an "ongoing police investigation."
The impact of the collision resulted in four customers standing on the platform being struck by body parts, NJ Transit reported.
The incident happened was just before 5 p.m. Tuesday when a New York-bound Northeast Corridor train struck the unidentified man at the New Brunswick Station, according to NJ Transit.
Approximately 300 customers were aboard the train at the time of the incident. None were injured.
According to eyewitness accounts, the victim was leaning in the path of the on coming train from the station platform when he was struck, NJ Transit reported.
One refused medical attention while three others were transported to Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.
In terms of service, Northeast Corridor service was temporarily suspended, but has now been restored between New York and Trenton, and service is subject to delays of up to 30 minutes.