NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – PATH riders using the 33rd street line will have to find a new way to get around this weekend.
Service on the 33rd Street line is suspended Saturday and Sunday for the installation of signal equipment.
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◾ SAT: NWK-WTC running. No JSQ-33 via HOB. HBLR cross-honoring at HOB, NWPT, EXPL to PATH's NWK-WTC line.
◾ SUN: No service to/from CHRS, 9 St, 14 St, 23 St, 33 St.
◾ All weekend: For NYC, take PATH to WTC: Receive free 2-Trip MetroCard for trnsfr to subway. pic.twitter.com/mfnJyutnPn
— PATH Train (@PATHTrain) January 25, 2020
PATH riders will need to use the Newark-World Trade Center Line for access into and out of the city.
The 33rd Street line will reopen at 5 a.m. Monday.READ MORE: Valanciunas, Hart Lead Pelicans Past Knicks
The Hoboken and Newport stations are both closed, but just for Saturday, for the replacement of temporary signal equipment.
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