Weekend PATH closures at World Trade Center set to begin
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — The suspension of weekend PATH service at the World Trade Center begins Saturday and is expected to last for the next two years.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey says the closure is needed to replace equipment and perform work on tunnels that were damaged in 2012′s Superstorm Sandy.
The World Trade Center station will reopen on major holiday weekends.
While the work is in progress, World Trade Center-bound trains will terminate at Exchange Place. Passengers can get free ferry transfers from the Harborside Ferry Landing in Jersey City to the Brookfield Place Terminal in New York.
Passengers originating at Exchange Place will be required to pay their regular fare to receive a round-trip ferry transfer.
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey: