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PATH RAIL SERVICE TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED BETWEEN HARRISON AND GROVE STREET STATIONS DUE TO DEBRIS ON TRACKS

Date: Oct 10, 2015
Press Release Number: 156-2015

NJ Transit is cross-honoring tickets; Work ongoing to ensure safety system-wide

PATH rail crews are working to reopen service between the Harrison and Grove Street stations after  debris fell onto tracks this morning at the Journal Square station.  NJ Transit is cross-honoring PATH tickets to accommodate PATH customers, with limited shuttle buses running out of the Journal Square Transportation Center.

Track and signal crews are working as quickly as possible to ensure the safe reopening of the Journal Square station and the Port Authority regrets the inconvenience to its passengers.

Service remains operational between Grove Street and the World Trade Center, Newark and Harrison and Grove Street and 33rd Street.  Service to Hoboken also is unaffected.

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