The Port Authority said the announcement means PATH will, for the first time since Superstorm Sandy, be running normal weekday service.
The agency said the 24-hour service will be in place for the holidays next week, “to help revelers and holiday travelers reach their destinations safely.”
The tracks under the station were flooded with eight feet of water four weeks ago. It took about a week to get all the water out, and crews are working around the clock to test switches, signals and cables.
Wondering why it’s been so hard to get all PATH stations up and running? A video released by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey could offer some answers.
More mass transit is returning to normal Monday across the Tri-State area two weeks after Superstorm Sandy flooded subways and tunnels and damaged tracks, signals and overhead wires.
Gian Verdelli is charged with two counts of criminal sexual misconduct and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Thursday night, several streets around the city will closed. The Obamas headed to the West Village for a campaign fundraiser at the home of Sarah Jessica Parker and to Midtown for a stop at the Plaza Hotel.
A newborn baby has given his parents the story of a lifetime. A couple was aboard a PATH train en route to the hospital when the baby decided that it was time to come out.
Last night’s brisk weather caused some trouble for PATH commuters this morning.
So, you’re waiting for a PATH train, sitting on a bench when all of a sudden, something enters your nasal passages and it’s not pleasant.
Rail riders are now more on edge than ever after two major security breaches over the weekend which come just days after officials warned that al-Qaeda could be targeting trains across the nation.
A PATH train coming into a Hoboken station struck the abutment on Sunday morning, causing multiple injuries, authorities said.
Service on two PATH rail lines was suspended for over an hour as crews worked to repair a problem with the third rail in a tunnel in the middle of the Hudson River.
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