Press Release Article


Date: Sep 18, 2016
Press Release Number: 170-2016

Due to police activity and street closures on Manhattan's west side, PATH's weekend uptown shuttle bus service to and from the World Trade Center remains suspended.

PATH officials are working to resume the bus operations in the coming hours. Until then, riders are advised to use available New York City subway lines uptown.

PATH lines between New Jersey and the WTC remain operational.

PATH Weekend service on the 33rd Street rail line will continue to be suspended this weekend for federally mandated service and safety upgrades.

For traffic alerts and advisories, travelers are encouraged to sign up for PATH alerts at or follow PATH on Twitter @PATHTrain.

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