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March 1, 2013

PATH service has now been fully restored–Hurray for Hoboken Commuters!

Filed under: Hoboken,path train — Tags: , , , , — TheBoken @ 2:25 PM

Attention Hoboken denizens, PATH service has now been fully restored. All lines. All times. Effective today Friday, March 1st, PATH weekend service to/from WTC and Exchange Place is restored. Just in time for what will presumably be a busy Saturday with Hoboken Lepre-con.

PATH System Fully Restored 3-1-2013

For more information or to sign up for PATH alerts go to: http://www.panynj.gov/path/

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December 18, 2012

Great News Hoboken!- Hoboken PATH to 33rd Street to Reopen Tomorrow Wednesday December 19th 2012

Filed under: Hoboken,Mass Transit,path train — Tags: , , , , — TheBoken @ 3:00 PM

The best holiday news to hit Hoboken this month….

HOBOKEN PATH TO 33RD STREET TO REOPEN ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19

Hoboken Path Closed but opening December 19th 2012

The Hoboken PATH Station closed since Hurricane Sandy will re-open tomorrow!

The PATH train from Hoboken to 33rd Street will resume operation at 5:00am on Wednesday, December 19, 2012 and will operate seven days a week from 5am to 10pm. The restoration of 24/7 PATH service is expected by the end of the year in time for New Year’s Eve. Direct PATH service between Hoboken and the World Trade Center remains several weeks away pending ongoing repairs.

“The reopening of the Hoboken PATH station is a tremendous relief for our commuters and local businesses,” said Mayor Dawn Zimmer. “Hoboken is open for business and we welcome and encourage our residents and visitors to support the local shops that make our community great. I thank the Port Authority for their nonstop work to restore service and NJ Transit for accommodating our commuters during this incredibly difficult time.”

The City is providing free garage parking and a weekend shopping shuttle to encourage local shopping.

Free parking is available in municipal garages B (28 2nd St), D (215 Hudson St) and Midtown (371 4th St) seven days a week during the month of December between the hours of 9am and midnight. To receive up to 4 hours of free parking, visitors must present to the parking attendant a receipt for at least $20 from any Hoboken business during these hours. Any time beyond 4 hours will be charged at the regular rate.

A special free holiday hop shuttle will run from 11am to 2pm and 3pm to 7pm every Saturday and Sunday in December. The shuttle will travel along Hoboken’s commercial districts of Washington Street, 1st Street and 14th Street.

For a map of the shuttle route and parking garages, visit: www.hobokennj.org/docs/transportation/2012-Holiday-Parking-and-Hop-Flyer.pdf.

The full announcement from Governors Christie and Cuomo with additional details is below:

Governor Cuomo and Governor Christie Announce Resumption of PATH Rail Service from Hoboken

to 33rd Street to Begin on December 19

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and Governor Chris Christie today announced that PATH rail service resumes at the Hoboken station with service to and from the 33rd Street station in Manhattan beginning tomorrow, December 19 at 5 a.m., following extensive, around the clock post-Hurricane Sandy repairs. Trains initially will run in both directions until 10 p.m. seven days a week.

Today’s announcement means weekday service between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m. will be back at all 13 PATH stations and on three of PATH’s four regular lines: Journal Square to 33rd Street, Hoboken to 33rd Street and Newark to the World Trade Center.  With the restoration of service from Hoboken, PATH travelers now can access the entire PATH system between New Jersey and New York.  The return of Hoboken service provides more than 29,000 commuters with restored mass transit between Hoboken and Midtown Manhattan in time for the holidays.

The return of service to all 13 stations comes less than eight weeks after Hurricane Sandy decimated the entire PATH system, flooding the tunnels with as much as eight feet of water, and destroying critical signal and switching systems.

Thanks to the hard work of hundreds of PATH employees, the return of limited 24-hour PATH service is expected by year’s end and in time for New Year’s Eve. For the time being, service on weekends will be available between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m., on both the Newark to 33rd Street and Hoboken to 33rd Street lines. There will be no service to Exchange Place and the World Trade Center on the weekends to allow work to proceed on bringing back service between Hoboken and the World Trade Center.  Travelers wishing to go downtown during those times may access a downtown MTA train nearby one of the PATH Manhattan stations.

Resumption of direct service between Hoboken and the World Trade Center remains several weeks away pending ongoing work and replacement of badly damaged signal equipment.  PATH workers and contractors have been working 24/7 since the storm, and will continue to do so until full service is returned on all lines.  In the meantime, travelers from Hoboken may access Lower Manhattan by connecting with one of several downtown MTA trains nearby one of the PATH Manhattan stations. For a complete list of alternate routes, visit the Port Authority’s website http://www.panynj.gov/path/.

Shutting down Newark to 33rd Street weekend PATH service the past two weeks allowed workers long uninterrupted stretches to make repairs, allowing the speedier reopening of the Hoboken PATH station.  Each weekend closure has meant cutting five or more days off the agency’s recovery timeline to restore both Hoboken and 24-hour service.  Since the storm, PATH workers and contractors have pumped more than 10 million gallons of water from system tunnels, and fixed and replaced numerous switches and signaling equipment.

For up-to-date information, follow PATH on Twitter @PATHTweet.

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December 7, 2012

This Weekend in Hoboken Public Tranportation- Free Shuttle Service to Grove Street from Hoboken and more!

Filed under: City Of Hoboken News,Hoboken,path train — Tags: , , , , — TheBoken @ 5:05 PM

The latest updates on our transport issues in Hoboken from the City of Hoboken and the Port Authority of NY and NJ….

Weekends: Free Shuttle Service to Grove Street, Increased Light Rail Service

and  Cross-Honoring PATH Tickets to Exchange Place

During weekends when the PATH to 33rd Street will be closed in order to speed up restoration of PATH service to Hoboken, the Port Authority will provide free shuttle buses from Hoboken to Grove Street and NJ Transit will increase weekend light rail service, which goes to Exchange Place, and will cross-honor PATH tickets on the light rail between Hoboken and Exchange Place. From Grove Street or Exchange Place, you can take the PATH which will run on weekends from Newark to the World Trade Center.

The full announcement from the Port Authority is below:

PORT AUTHORITY WILL PROVIDE FREE WEEKEND SHUTTLE BUSES AND NJ TRANSIT WILL ADD

EXTRA LIGHT RAIL SERVICE TO HELP PROVIDE PATH CUSTOMERS WITH SERVICE TO MANHATTAN

Additional service will help get riders from Hoboken and Jersey City to PATH stations with service to Manhattan


PATH riders who travel from the Hoboken and Newport stations to Manhattan on weekends will be able to take free shuttle buses to the Grove Street station or extra light rail service to the Exchange Place station this weekend and next while the Newark to 33rd PATH train line is closed for post Superstorm Sandy repairs.

The Port Authority is putting the additional transit alternatives in place to assist its customers while PATH crews work unimpeded on the Newark to 33rd Street line.

Providing crews with 48 hours of uninterrupted work time will shave as many as five or more days off the agency’s recovery timeline to restore service to Hoboken Station and 24-hour service to the overall system. The current nightly shutdowns between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. provide less than six hours of actual repair time once set-up and mandatory testing is taken into account.

PATH’s Newark Penn Station to World Trade Center train line—which includes stops at Grove Street and Exchange Place—will be operating this weekend (Dec.8-9) and next (Dec. 15-16) from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

The Port Authority will provide free shuttle buses at the Hoboken and Newport PATH stations, which will bring passengers to Grove Street, where they can access the Newark-WTC line. Alternatively, NJ TRANSIT will increase its weekend light rail service, which will bring riders to the Exchange Place PATH station, where they also can access the Newark-WTC line. NJ TRANSIT will honor PATH tickets on the light rail, so there will be no extra service costs for riders. Details on shuttle bus schedules, pickup locations and routes will be available later today.

Additionally, there will be extra Route 119 buses between Journal Square and the Port Authority Bus Terminal between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m. this weekend and next.

Weekend PATH customers traveling between New Jersey and Manhattan can use the MTA’s subway lines near the World Trade Center PATH line for travel to Uptown Manhattan locations and back. Nearby subway lines include the 1, 2, 3, A, C, E and R trains.

The R train is at the Cortlandt Street station across Church Street from the World Trade Center. The A, C and E trains can be accessed at the Chambers Street Station, with various entrances along Church Street. The 2 and 3 lines are available just north of the WTC site at the Park Place Station at the intersection with Church Street. And the 1 line is available at Chambers and West Broadway.

Alternatively, NJ TRANSIT trains offer weekend Midtown service to New York Penn Station, while various bus lines also operate weekends between New Jersey and the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

Additionally, cross-Hudson River ferry service is available from New Jersey to Midtown on the city’s West Side. For example, Waterway operates ferry services from Weehawken, Hoboken/14th Street, and Lincoln Harbor, New Jersey to 39th Street in Midtown Manhattan on the weekends. Connecting shuttle bus service is available in Manhattan and New Jersey. For more information on schedules, visit http://www.nywaterway.com/WeekendSchedule.aspx.

Additionally, Port Authority customer service representatives will be available at PATH stations during this weekend and next to help riders find their way with a minimum of inconvenience.

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November 30, 2012

City of Hoboken – NJ Transit to Cross Honor PATH Tickets on Light Rail Service between Hoboken and Newport

Filed under: City Of Hoboken News,Hoboken,path train — Tags: , , , , — TheBoken @ 12:30 PM

Good news from the City of Hoboken for frustrated commuters…. NJ Transit is going to cross honor PATH tickets on Light Rail Service between Hoboken and Newport. That and other details below….

 

NJ TRANSIT TO CROSS-HONOR PATH TICKETS ON LIGHT RAIL SERVICE BETWEEN HOBOKEN & NEWPORT

NJ Transit Ferry Service to Continue Until Hoboken PATH is Restored; Additional Bicycle Parking Available at Newport

Until the transportation network in Hoboken is fully restored, the City is continuing to work with all transit agencies to provide alternatives for commuters.

In order to accommodate commuters who are traveling to Newport for PATH service, Mayor Zimmer asked NJ Transit to offer free light rail service between Hoboken and Newport until PATH service is restored to Hoboken, and NJ Transit has agreed to cross-honor PATH tickets effective Monday, December 3, 2012.

“NJ Transit has been working tirelessly under very difficult conditions to restore normalcy to our transportation system,” said Mayor Dawn Zimmer. “I am so thankful that they have agreed to cross-honor PATH tickets on their light rail service between Hoboken and Newport in order to make commutes a little bit easier during this difficult time.”

Commuters can take the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail from 9th Street, 2nd Street and Hoboken Terminal directly to Newport. Until PATH service is restored to Hoboken, PATH tickets will be cross-honored between these stations.

In addition, since many commuters are bicycling to Newport, there has been an increase in demand for bicycle parking at Newport, which Mayor Zimmer has also requested.

“I appreciate Mayor Healy and Jamie LeFrak’s willingness to work with us to provide additional temporary bicycle parking at Newport,” added Mayor Zimmer. “The Port Authority has also been accommodating of the large increase in bicyclists.”

NJ Transit will continue operating the subsidized ($10 round trip) ferry service between Hoboken Terminal and Pier 79 at 39th Street in Midtown Manhattan until PATH service is restored to Hoboken. The service operates Monday through Friday, 6am-10am and 4pm-8pm.

NJ Transit has added 200 extra bus trips per day on the 126 bus line to accommodate an increase in ridership from 4,000 daily customers to more than 9,000 customers. They continue to work with the Zimmer Administration to make adjustments to service based on rider feedback, including running empty express buses to begin pickup mid-route.

As a result of construction work by Spectra Energy on the Newport waterfront, the waterfront walkway between Hoboken and Jersey City will be closed from Friday 8pm until Monday 5am. Free 24 hour shuttle service will be provided every 20 minutes while the walkway is closed. The shuttle will stop at Hoboken Terminal, 14th Street & Washington Boulevard in Jersey City, and Newport PATH.

The Port Authority has hundreds of employees working to restore PATH service following nearly $300 million in damage to the PATH system.

“We recognize the Port Authority faced a historic level of damage and they are working around the clock to restore PATH service as quickly as possible,” added Mayor Zimmer. “I know their employees worked during Thanksgiving to make repairs, and we appreciate their dedication and sacrifice.”

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November 26, 2012

PATH Service opens up to World Trade Center Monday November 26 – Hoboken Station Still out of Service

Hoboken Advisory: Governor Cuomo and Governor Christie Announce Reopening of World Trade Center and Exchange Place Path Service on Monday, November 26 (today)

Dear Hoboken Resident,

Please see the announcement below just issued by Governors Christie and Cuomo regarding additional partial service restoration of the PATH system to the World Trade Center and Exchange Place. Regarding service to Hoboken, the annoumcement states: “Service at the Hoboken station, which saw unprecedented and widespread flooding remains suspended due to the fact vital switching equipment was destroyed and cannot be salvaged. Crews are working 24/7 to replace the signal equipment and restore communications in the tunnels, a process that is expected to take several weeks.”

Governor Cuomo and Governor Christie Announce Reopening of World Trade Center and Exchange Place Path Service on Monday, November 26

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie today announced that weekday PATH service will resume to Lower Manhattan along the World Trade Center line beginning Monday, November 26 at 5 a.m.

The World Trade Center PATH line will run Monday through Friday from 5 a.m-10 p.m., with stops in New Jersey at Newark, Harrison, Journal Square, Grove Street and Exchange Place and in New York at the World Trade Center. Disabled access will be available at Newark and World Trade Center.

Floodwater from the storm surge of Hurricane Sandy had inundated the World Trade Center station, covering its track bed with several feet of water. Port Authority PATH crews have worked around the clock to remove millions of gallons of water from the tracks and platforms and also to fix and replace damaged switching and signal systems as quickly as possible.

Weekend service will not yet be available to enable crews to continue the remaining necessary repair work. The restored service to the World Trade Center will be in addition to the PATH service currently running from Newark in New Jersey to 33rd Street in New York. That line is running seven days a week between the hours of 5 a.m.-10 p.m. and includes stops in New Jersey at Newark, Harrison, Journal Square, Grove Street and Newport stations and stops in New York at 9th, 14th, 23rd and 33rd Street.

Once service resumes at the World Trade Center on Monday, service on the 33rd Street line will resume running between Journal Square and 33rd Street and will make all station stops including Christopher Street in Manhattan. Weekend service on the Journal Square to 33rd Street line extends to Harrison and Newark in New Jersey. Disabled passengers have access to the platforms at Newark, Journal Square, Newport and 33rd Street. Service at the Hoboken station, which saw unprecedented and widespread flooding remains suspended due to the fact vital switching equipment was destroyed and cannot be salvaged. Crews are working 24/7 to replace the signal equipment and restore communications in the tunnels, a process that is expected to take several weeks.

To provide additional mass transit options from Hoboken to Manhattan, the Port Authority and New Jersey Transit are operating a ferry service from the Hoboken Ferry Terminal. NJ Transit customers will now be able to take a bus to the Hoboken Ferry Terminal and then transfer to a ferry that will take passengers to Pier 79 at 39th street in Manhattan. The fare is $5 and ferries will run back and forth between Hoboken and Manhattan from 6 a.m. – 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., Monday thru Friday.

Free shuttle buses will be provided from Pier 79 to midtown Manhattan. Passengers who normally use the Hoboken station to get to Manhattan can also choose to make the ten minute walk to the Newport station, or take advantage of several other ferry and bus alternatives. Ferry service to Lower Manhattan is available from Liberty State Park and to Midtown Manhattan from Weehawken, New Jersey.

In addition, NJ Transit has increased the number of No. 126 buses from Hoboken to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in both directions. For up-to-date information on PATH service, visit the Port Authority’s website at www.panynj.gov/path/ and follow them on Twitter @PATHTweet.

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November 12, 2012

PATH Train in Hoboken Will Not Be Restored for Several More Weeks

Filed under: City Of Hoboken News,Hoboken,Hurricane Sandy,path train — Tags: , , — TheBoken @ 8:00 AM

This from the City of Hoboken’s Facebook page yesterday…

Due to extensive flood damage, PATH service will not be restored to Hoboken for several weeks. The Port Authority & NJ Transit are starting a new ferry service ($5) between Hoboken Terminal and 39th Street (Pier 79) that will run Monday through Friday, 6am-10am and 4pm-8pm. A free shuttle will also take riders from Pier 79 to midtown Manhattan.

Please see the joint announcement below from Governor Christie and Governor Cuomo for more information:

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Announce Resumption of PATH Service From Newark to 33rd Street Beginning Monday, November 12, 2012Work Still Proceeding to Restore Badly Flooded World Trade Center and Hoboken Lines; New Ferry Service Will Transport Passengers From Hoboken Ferry Terminal to 39th Street Pier in Manhattan

Trenton, NJ – New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that PATH rail service will resume at the Newark Penn and Harrison stations in New Jersey to Manhattan beginning tomorrow, November 12 at 5 a.m. Trains will run in both directions until 10 p.m. between Newark Penn, New Jersey and 33rd Street in New York.

In addition to Newark Penn and Harrison, the temporary line also will include stops at Journal Square, Grove Street, and Newport stations in New Jersey and at the 14th, 23rd and 33rd Street stations in Manhattan. Trains will bypass Christopher and 9th streets in New York. Disabled passengers will have access to the platforms only at Newark, Journal Square and 33rd Street.

PATH service remains suspended at the Hoboken, Exchange Place and the World Trade Center stations as recovery efforts continue. Due to significant damage that resulted from the unprecedented and widespread flooding in the PATH tunnels and multiple stations, it will be several weeks before resumption of service on the Newark-World Trade Center line and the lines to and from Hoboken station.

Port Authority officials caution passengers that they may experience extended waits and potential delays until service returns to normal. To reduce crowding at station ticket vending machines, passengers can opt to purchase SmartLink cards with pre-funded trips.

To provide additional mass transit options from Hoboken to Manhattan, the Port Authority and New Jersey Transit also will begin operating a new ferry service from the Hoboken Ferry Terminal on Monday. NJ Transit customers will now be able to take a bus to the Hoboken Ferry Terminal and then transfer to a ferry that will take passengers to Pier 79 at 39th street in Manhattan. The fare is $5 and ferries will run back and forth between Hoboken and Manhattan from 6 a.m. – 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., Monday thru Friday. Free shuttle buses will be provided from Pier 79 to midtown Manhattan.

Passengers who normally use the Hoboken station to get to Manhattan can also choose to make the ten minute walk to the Newport station, or take advantage of several other ferry and bus alternatives. Ferry service to Lower Manhattan is available from Liberty State Park and to Midtown Manhattan from Weehawken, New Jersey. In addition, NJ Transit has doubled the number of No. 106 buses from Hoboken to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in both directions.

For up-to-date information visit the Port Authority’s website http://www.panynj.gov/path/ and follow them on Twitter @PATHTweet. To check ferry schedules visit http://nywaterway.com/.

Here’s a map showing NJ Transit’s service restoration as of Monday, November 12. We have been compiling public transportation information (PATH, NJ Transit bus, commuter rail and light rail, NY Waterway, Hop, and more) which can be found under “Public Transportation” here: www.hobokennj.org/sandyrecovery. You can also follow the City of Hoboken’s Department of Transportation and Parking for updates on regional transportation: www.twitter.com/hobokentap
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May 30, 2012

Hoboken Needs Your Vote–Help Hoboken Win a Saris Bike Rack for The PATH Station

Filed under: bike Hoboken,Hoboken,path train — Tags: , , — TheBoken @ 8:45 AM

Saris Bike Rack PATH Hoboken

Below is a note from Brian Wagner of Bike Hoboken asking Hoboken residents to help out and vote in a competition where Hoboken can win a Saris Bike Corral. This will help with the demand for more bike rack in key areas like the Hoboken NJ PATH station (commuter hub in Hoboken to NYC and all points from Hoboken).

“I am a bike advocate leader for Bike Hoboken (www.bikehoboken.com or Bike Hoboken on Face Book), we work with Hoboken’s city govt and Hudson County’s Hudson TMA to bring safe bicycling as a mode of transportation to Hoboken NJ. Our 1 mile square city has 55,000 residents, we have had the biggest parking program for years and in the past 2 years have made huge strides in bringing new bicycle infrastructure to Hoboken– bike racks, bike repair station, 10 miles of new lanes being striped now to add to what we have creating 25 miles of lanes. Our bike racks at the famous PATH station terminal are filled to capacity each day with workers taking to bikes rather than cars and buses. Help us to bring more safe bike parking to our PATH station. Our city added 30 new racks about 4 months ago and everyday by 9:30 they are filled, 2 +3 bike per rack. It is an awesome site to see each day. We have bike counts on main streets and intersections to help baseline our bike usage growth. We’d love to add a Saris bike rack to the PATH station as well as other locales in Hoboken NJ. Please vote for us as thousands of commuters pass through out PATH station everyday to/from work. Ride Safe, Brian Wagner, Bike Hoboken.

Link to Vote on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SarisCycleRacks?v=app_354826614578707

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July 19, 2011

Hudson Place Sees Pedestrian Improvements

The area by the PATH on Hudson Street has always been congested for pedestrians especially during the morning and evening commute. Thousands of pedestrians come in and out of the ferry, train, bus and PATH Terminals every day and that has led to many human log jams near the PATH and NJ Transit Station.

The City of Hoboken got a grant to address some of these pedestrian concerns and has been working on those improvements over the last month or so. One of the big improvements is a wider lane to both give pedestrians more room and to shorten the crossing distance for commuters on the streets.  It is likely more bike racks will also be installed. It seems like every time a bike rack is installed they get filled up right away. So fa, the demand for bike racks has proven strong.

According to one City Official, the work should be completed soon. Hopefully this makes commuting via foot or bike partway easier for Hoboken residents.

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May 8, 2011

PATH Accident Update from City of Hoboken

Filed under: path train — TheBoken @ 4:20 PM

7:15pm update from Mayor Zimmer:
Path train is back in service. One track today and hopefully two tracks for the Monday commute. Thank u Port Authority and all agencies!

Here’s an update from the City of Hoboken as of May 8, 2011 @ 4:18PM on this morning’s PATH accident.

NJ Train Crash

UPDATE ON PATH SERVICE & INFORMATION FOR COMMUTERS

Early Sunday morning a PATH train on Track 2 failed to stop and ran into the track terminus. There were 34 people injured who were taken to area hospitals, but thankfully, there were no life-threatening injuries. Mayor Zimmer thanks all of the agencies at the local, county, state and federal level for their very prompt response to this incident.

The Port Authority is working to restore service to at least one track on Sunday, however service cannot resume until the National Transportation Safety Board completes their initial review. The Port Authority will be working through the night and hopes to restore service to two tracks by Monday, however it is anticipated that at least one of the three tracks will remain out of service for repairs. The eastern entrances to the PATH platform, including the elevator, will also be inaccessible. Commuters requiring elevator service will not be able to access the PATH platform at Hoboken Terminal.

Due to the limited PATH service, commuters are strongly urged to consider alternate transportation options including bus, light rail, and ferry.

  • NJ Transit will be providing increased bus service for the morning commute starting at 5:30am on Monday on the 126 and 87 routes and will be cross-honoring PATH tickets. (http://www.njtransit.com)
  • NJ Transit light rail service from Hoboken Terminal, 2nd Street or 9th Street is available to Newport where commuters can transfer to the PATH for service to New York City, Jersey City, Harrison, and Newark. NJ Transit will cross-honor tickets. (http://www.njtransit.com & http://www.panynj.gov/path/)
  • NY Waterway expects to have sufficient capacity on their ferries to meet increased demand. Boarding will be expedited by accepting cash in lieu of ticket purchase. From Hoboken Terminal, NY Waterway services World Financial Center and Pier 11/Wall Street. From 14th Street, NY Waterway services Midtown/W. 39th Street and the World Financial Center. (http://www.nywaterway.com)

Additional updates will be posted to the City website.

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November 17, 2010

7 Train Extended to New Jersey??

Filed under: New York City,path train — TheBoken @ 12:00 PM

Ny Times

Check out this New York Times article in today’s paper that discusses the idea of extended the 7 train/subway all the way to New Jersey.  To see the article click on this link: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/17/nyregion/17tunnel.html?_r=2&src=me

@ The Boken

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