Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. Why is NJ Transit reducing and/or adjusting train service?
  2. How is PATH accommodating extra NJ Transit passengers?
  3. When is PATH cross honoring NJ Transit passengers?
  4. How does cross honoring work?
  5. Which PATH stations are cross honoring NJ Transit customers?
  6. Why is PATH only cross honoring at Hoboken, 33 Street, and World Trade Center stations?

  1. Why is NJ Transit reducing and/or adjusting train service?
    From July 10 through September 1, 2017 (subject to change), Amtrak is making a series of major infrastructure upgrades at Penn Station NY. This effort requires extensive track work that will impact train service. Due to this work, NJ Transit has decreased its mid-town direct service and is diverting the Morris & Essex line to Hoboken.

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  2. How is PATH accommodating extra NJ Transit passengers?
    PATH has increased train frequency on the Hoboken-33 Street line during the morning and evening rush hours.

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  3. When is PATH cross honoring NJ Transit passengers?
    At NJ Transit’s request, between July 10 and September 1, 2017 (subject to change), PATH will cross honor NJ Transit passengers at Hoboken, 33 Street and World Trade Center Stations on weekdays, from 6 a.m. until 2 a.m.

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  5. How does cross honoring work?
    At designated PATH turnstiles, customers show their valid NJ Transit rail ticket (My Tix, Monthly, Weekly or One-Trip) to/from Hoboken or Penn Station NY to customer service personnel. Staff then grants customers with the proper tickets access to PATH.

    If there are no customer service personnel available at the turnstiles, use the PATH Customer Assistance Phone for access.

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  7. Which PATH stations are cross honoring NJ Transit customers?
    At NJ Transit’s request, PATH is cross honoring NJ Transit customers at Hoboken, 33 Street, and World Trade Center Stations.

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  9. Why is PATH only cross honoring at Hoboken, 33 Street, and World Trade Center stations?
    At NJ Transit’s request, PATH is cross honoring at Hoboken and 33 Street Stations to mirror NJ Transit's disrupted mid-town direct service to/from Penn Station NY. PATH is supplementing this by cross honoring at World Trade Center Station. This will help ease crowding on the Hoboken-33rd Street line while providing a connection to the NYC subway system for those customers commuting to and from Lower Manhattan and other points south of Penn Station New York.

    Additionally, physical restrictions at the intermediate stations (Christopher, 9 Street, 14 Street and 23 Street) do not allow for a cross honoring operation.


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