What to Know
- Weekend service on the Journal Square-33rd Street PATH line via Hoboken will be restored starting Christmas Eve
- Direct weekend Hoboken to World Trade Center service will continue through Dec. 24
- PATH shuttle bus service from World Trade Center to West 29th Street will be shut down once full weekend service is restored to 33rd Street
The Journal Square-33rd Street PATH train line via Hoboken will resume full weekend service starting Christmas Eve, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced Thursday.
The final weekend of service suspension will run from 12:10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 17 through 5 a.m. Monday, Dec. 19. Officials said the line will be out of service this weekend during the same time period.
Direct weekend service from Hoboken to the World Trade Center will be available over the next two weekends while service is suspended, but will be discontinued starting Christmas Eve.
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PATH shuttle buses traveling from the World Trade Center to West 29th Street will run this weekend and from Dec. 17 to Dec. 18, but will be discontinued once full service is restored to the 33rd Street line, the agency said.
The line had previously been closed on weekends since August due to installation of federally mandated service and safety upgrades.
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