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Two Service Press Releases

September 18, 2001

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    PATH is running three services:
  • Hoboken to 33rd Street, Newark to 33rd Street and Journal Square to Hoboken. The Hoboken to 33rd Street Service will make stops at Christopher Street, 9th Street, 14th Street, 23rd Street, and 33rd Street.
  • The Newark to 33rd Street Service will make stops at Harrison, Journal Square, Grove Street, Pavonia/Newport, Christopher Street, 9th Street, 14th Street, 23rd Street, and 33rd Street.
  • The Journal Square to Hoboken Service will make stops at Grove Street, Pavonia/Newport, and Hoboken.
Passengers going to Exchange Place are encouraged to travel to the Pavonia/Newport Station and transfer to NJ Transit's Hudson Bergen Light Rail Service or travel to Grove Street and walk to the Exchange Place station area.

NOTE: Lower Manhattan-bound passengers are encouraged to travel to 33rd Street, walk to Penn Station and transfer to the MTA's A, 2 or 3 trains. Frequent Ferry Service to South Street Seaport will be available from Hoboken to Pier 11 south of the South Street Seaport Area.

More detailed information concerning PATH routes and fares may be found at www.pathrail.com

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  • Date: September 16, 2001
    Press Release Number: 131-01
    Subcategory: General

    Commuters returning to work tomorrow will have several public transportation options to travel into New York from New Jersey, including frequent service on PATH's rapid transit system, the New York Waterway ferry and NJ Transit buses.

    PATH will operate a normal schedule to midtown Manhattan. But because there is no downtown service, heavy crowding is expected.  "Monday will not be a normal commuting day," said PATH Director/General Manager Michael P. DePallo. "We will do our best to accommodate our loyal customers in the best manner possible. We strongly urge our customers to have patience when using our service, and to consider trying the ferry as an alternate form of transportation.

    "We also encourage businesses that operate in both states to consider staggering their employees' hours to allow the transportation network to better serve everyone," Mr. DePallo said.  For commuters traveling to midtown, PATH will provide the following service, which will run approximately every five minutes during peak travel periods: 

  • - The Hoboken to 33rd Street Service will make stops at Christopher Street, 9th Street, 14th Street, 23rd Street and 33rd Street.
  •  - The Journal Square to Hoboken service will make stops at Grove Street, Pavonia/Newport and Hoboken.
  • - The Newark to 33rd Street service will make stops at Harrison, Journal Square, Grove Street, Pavonia/Newport, Christopher Street, 9th Street, 14th Street, 23rd Street and 33rd Street.

The World Trade Center and Exchange Place PATH stations remain closed. Commuters can reach the Exchange Place business district by taking PATH to Pavonia/Newport station and transfer to NJ Transit's Hudson-Bergen light rail line. The best option for travelers heading to the Wall Street area is the New York Waterway ferry, which will provide frequent ferry service from Hoboken and Exchange Place to Pier 11, which is south of the South Street Seaport in lower Manhattan.


PATH commuters can travel to the 33rd Street Station in Manhattan and walk to New York Penn Station to transfer to the A, 2 and 3 subway lines for travel to lower Manhattan.

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