PATH

PATH

800 234-PATH (7284).

 

The Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation (PATH) was established in 1962 as a subsidiary of The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The heavy rail rapid-transit system serves as the primary transit link between Manhattan and neighboring New Jersey urban communities, as well as suburban commuter railroads. PATH operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and is dedicated to continually supporting the anticipated growth in regional, residential, commercial, and business development.

 

Fast Facts

-Serves multiple parts of Hudson County with stops in Hoboken and Harrison and 4 stops in Jersey City (Grove Street, Exchange Place, Journal Square, and Newport)

-Bicycles are allowed on the PATH provided they are folded up and they are not ridden on the escalators, platforms or trains

-Mobile device charging kiosks are available at the subway stations

-During the peak periods, train service is every 4-5 minutes on the NWK-WTC & JSQ-33 lines, and 6-7 minutes on the HOB-33 & HOB-WTC lines.

-To get real time train updates, riders are encouraged to download the RidePATH app

-Riders can purchase single tickets for $2.75 per ride, Metrocards can also be used

-Riders can get multiple trips at a discounted rate by buying a SmartLink card. Cards get be stocked in 10, 20, 40 or Unlimited Rides and can be bought online or in person

For more information click here!

map of PATH routes and stations PATH station entrance

 

 

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