Station Redevelopment

  • WTC
  • Harrison

WTC Transportation Hub

WTC Transportation Hub

Comparable to Grand Central Terminal in both size and impact to the regional transportation network, the new World Trade Center Transportation Hub serves more than 200,000 daily commuters and visitors. Designed by internationally acclaimed architect, Santiago Calatrava, the Transportation Hub features climate-controlled platforms, mezzanines, and concourses that connect the PATH station with multiple New York City Transit Subway lines, adjacent commercial office towers, world-class tourist destinations like the One World Observatory and the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, and first-rate shops and dining.

Click here to visit the World Trade Center Transportation Hub webpage.

Harrison Station

PATH is in the process of replacing the 80-year-old Harrison Station in Harrison, NJ, with a reconstructed facility, featuring glass-and-steel design and fully modernized amenities. This $256 million project will feature new glass-enclosed, weather-protected station entrances; modern elevators, widened stairs, and escalator access to both platforms; and extended platforms to accommodate longer, 10-car trains on the Newark – WTC line. The new station is being constructed alongside a broader redevelopment plan put forth by the Town of Harrison, which includes mixed-use commercial and residential development, the Red Bull Arena soccer stadium, and enhanced public spaces. Reconstruction of Harrison Station will be incremental so that PATH riders can enjoy the benefits of the new amenities and design as they are available. Construction of the east-side station entrances is approximately 70% complete. The west-side entrances are in design and construction is expected to begin by the 2nd quarter of 2019. 

Click here to visit the PATH Harrison Station Replacement Project website.

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