Press Release Article


Date: Mar 03, 2017
Press Release Number: 32-2017

PATH has scheduled service adjustments for this Sunday, March 5, in order to accommodate federally mandated signal construction work and track maintenance.

On the Journal Square-33rd Street line via Hoboken, eastbound trains operating between 9 a.m. and 11 p.m. will run only between Grove Street and 33rd Street via Hoboken on a 20-minute schedule. Passengers traveling eastbound between JSQ-33rd Street via Hoboken must board a Newark-WTC train at JSQ and transfer at Grove Street to continue the trip to Hoboken or 33rd Street.

Westbound passengers between 33rd Street and Journal Square must transfer at Grove Street and board a WTC-Newark train to continue their ride to Journal Square.

The Newark-WTC line will operate on its normal Sunday schedule throughout the day.

Riders are advised to allow additional travel time throughout the day.

For additional traffic alerts and advisories, travelers are encouraged to sign up for Port Authority alerts at or follow the Port Authority on Twitter @PANYNJ.

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