Press Release Article


Date: Sep 30, 2016
Press Release Number: 186-2016

Hoboken-to-WTC PATH service will be operational throughout the weekend, following accident at Hoboken Terminal

PATH’s schedule of weekend closures on the 33rd Street Line will continue this weekend as part of its ongoing installation of a comprehensive, federally mandated computerized signal system designed to improve passenger service and safety.

The service outage will begin at 12:10 a.m. Saturday, October 1, with full service resumption set for 5 a.m. Monday, October 3. Work on the 33rd Street Line, which began in August, is scheduled for weekends through the end of December, excluding the weekends of Veterans Day and Thanksgiving. The project includes new Positive Train Control (PTC) signals and technology that will make the commuting experience safer and more comfortable upon completion for PATH riders.

PATH will be providing its regular weekend travel alternatives to assist affected passengers while the project is under way. These options include direct service between Hoboken and the World Trade Center, extra Journal Square-to-WTC service and a free shuttle bus ride from the WTC to 29th Street along Sixth and Seventh avenues. For additional information on PATH weekend travel options, go to

PATH will continue to cross-honor NJ Transit bus and rail tickets indefinitely for passengers affected by Thursday’s train accident. Normal PATH service and operations were fully restored by 4 p.m. the same day, and will continue to run on normal weekday schedules through today’s afternoon rush and again at the start of the work week.

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