PATH passengers will need more cash to ride the trains between New Jersey and New York.
The Port Authority says PATH service is back to normal after earlier delays caused by a work train derailment.
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.
A Fire Department spokesman said the fire was reported at 3:38 p.m. Sunday at 19th Street and Sixth Avenue in Chelsea.
Pedestrians say they were just walking through after dark when they got slapped with summons.
It’s soon going to be more expensive to ride the PATH train than taking the subway.
PATH service between Jersey City’s exchange place and World Trade Center stations is closed this weekend for repairs and upgrades needed to install a new safety system.
A Florida woman’s first trip to New York ended in the hospital.
Officials are advising commuters who use the Pulaski Skyway that last week was the exception, not the norm.
The first weekday commute with the inbound Pulaski Skyway closed wasn’t much different from a normal Monday.
Weekend ferries are now running between Paulus Hook terminal and the World Financial Center terminal through May 4.
The blaze broke out in Newark and Kearny Wednesday afternoon. No injuries were reported, but strong winds were hindering efforts to contain the fire, officials said.
March is living up to its reputation as wicked winds whipped across New York and New Jersey, making a blast of Arctic air feel even colder.