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Always delayed, but weekdays and rush hours (when most rich and white folks work) isn't a problem, meanwhile after 9 pm the train is always delayed. It seams that the PATH train was build just for the white collar workers around the Financial District, Wall...More
We stayed for four days in Jersey City and used the PATH everyday to visit NY. What a great transport link which took us seven minutes from Grove street to WTC each time. The WTC is a beautiful station with shops, harbour views etc. It’s...More
Visited several times over a recent weekend as it was the only access into New York City due to construction on the other lines. We were unable to find any type of schedules to figure the best time to catch a train back to New...More
PATH is a great commuter rail system. It isn't big. It connects NY and NJ. It costs the same as the NYC subway as I recall. The trains usually run very smoothly. I have felt safe when using the trains. They are clean. The new...More
The PATH is a very easy to navigate system of trains that run between New York and New Jersey. You can easily stay in Hoboken or Jersey City and access downtown or midtown New York in just a few minutes. Tickets are under $3 for...More
We took the Air Train, the E and PATH from JFK to Jersey City. The PATH station at the WTC is beautiful, but the signage to get to it from the E stop is not great. Traveling with a large suitcase is difficult! There is...More
We stayed in New Jersey and wanted to spent one day of our trip in New York City. We went to the Harrison PATH Train Station. We had a little trouble finding the parking deck, but figured it out. This train went all the way...More
At the southernmost tip of Manhattan, the Financial District is where New York City began as a center of commerce. Today, the historic streets and beautiful setting are complemented by museums, countless skyscrapers, and the heart of the Financial District, home to Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange. Catch the Staten Island Ferry for an unbeatable view of the skyline and Statue of Liberty, or sail to Ellis
Island to learn about the vital immigrant history of the city.
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Hi there - You'll need to take the Airtrain to the Newark Airport Station, then transfer to a NJ Transit train to Penn Station Newark. Once you get there, you can access the Path station, and will have to buy a separate... More
Hi there - You'll need to take the Airtrain to the Newark Airport Station, then transfer to a NJ Transit train to Penn Station Newark. Once you get there, you can access the Path station, and will have to buy a separate Path ticket.