A recent New York Times story asked whether Harrison will become the "new Hoboken," highlighting the city's burgeoning development and easy Manhattan commute.
The Port Authority announced that improvements set for the system will increase capacity by 40% on the Newark-World Trade Center trains and add 20% capacity to other lines by 2022.
With the only commuter rail tunnels dating back over a century, Jersey Digs has learned that New Jersey Transit is starting to create contingency plans.
A report could be issued sometime next year as to the viability of adding a new transit hub on Jersey City’s west side.
Some new and useful features will be coming to the PATH very soon that will hopefully make your commute slightly more tolerable.
The Port Authority is seeking your input as it looks to extend PATH service to Newark Liberty International Airport.
Apply now to fill one of six vacancies on the PATH Rider’s Council and speak up for commuters.
When the first plane hit the World Trade Center 15 years ago, three PATH trains were en route to the station below the buildings. One train was abandoned under the station when the towers fell. Now, 15 years later, cars from that train are open to the public.