Path Train Travel Suspended From Harlem To New Jersey (Updates)

new_jersey_transit_train_1165If you are commuting from Harlem to New Jersey, due to a New Jersey Transit train derailment at Hoboken Station, NJ,  all PATH train service in and out of Hoboken Station is suspended until further notice. Consider alternate routes and allow for additional travel time.

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  • NY Waterway ferry service is suspended in and out of Hoboken Terminal. All other NY Waterway service is operating normally in and out of NYC. NY Waterway ferries will cross-honor Hoboken Terminal tickets on all other routes. For more information, please visit
  • NJ Transit Rail, NJ Transit Light Rail, and PATH Train service remains suspended in and out of Hoboken Station. NJ Transit Buses are cross-honoring passengers. For more information, please visit

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  • Following a prior suspension, the 5 train has resumed normal service in both directions between East 180th Street and Eastchester-Dyre Avenue in The Bronx. Expect residual delays.

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  • Following a prior suspension, PATH train service in and out of Hoboken Station, New Jersey has been restored. Expect residual delays and allow for additional travel time.

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