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TRAVEL ADVISORY - PATH RAIL SERVICE RESTORED ON JOURNAL SQUARE TO 33rd STREET AND HOBOKEN TO 33RD STREET LINES

Date: Dec 04, 2015
Press Release Number: 194-2015

PATH service on the Journal Square to 33rd Street line and Hoboken- 33rd Street line has been restored after crews removed debris that had caused a third-rail power problem.

There are residual train delays and cross-honoring of PATH tickets by NJ Transit will continue for about another hour.

Service on the Hoboken to World Trade Center and Newark to World Trade Center lines was not impacted.

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