Service resumed Wednesday morning between Hoboken and 33rd Street and Journal Square and 33rd Street after it was suspended Tuesday because of smoky conditions.
PATH train service from Hoboken and Jersey City to New York will remain suspended through the evening rush hour due to power cable issues.
Good news for PATH commuters: Service has resumed after an electrical fire disrupted service all morning on the Journal Square to 33rd Street and 33rd Street to Hoboken lines Monday.
The Jersey City native will be the fifth police officer killed in the line of duty inducted at the 9/11 Memorial Fountain in Journal Square.
The Port Authority says the Hoboken to World Trade Center line and the Journal Square to 33rd Street line are suspended. The Newark to World Trade Center line is operating with delays.
Police said the suspect ran out of the PATH station but was apprehended by police.
The line had been running weekdays from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. to accommodate overnight work related to Superstorm Sandy.
Nearly four weeks after Superstorm Sandy, PATH train service from New Jersey to Lower Manhattan will resume on Monday morning.
Parts of Jersey City are still without power over a week after superstorm Sandy struck and the mayor wants to do something to help prevent future outages.
The Port Authority has not said when service will return to normal.
Last night’s brisk weather caused some trouble for PATH commuters this morning.
The anti-government protests have touched a spirit of solidarity with Egyptian-Americans in our area, including in Jersey City’s Journal Square and “Little Egypt” in Astoria.
PATH trains are rolling again between New Jersey and New York City after repairs were made to a broken rail.