PATH is the only 24/7 mass transit rail system running between New York and New Jersey. For nearly half-a-century, the rail line that began operations in 1908 has been operated by The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
Serving roughly 250,000 passengers on a typical weekday, PATH is one of the region’s critical mass-transit links. Overall in 2008, PATH handled nearly 75 million riders, an increase of almost 4 percent over the prior year.
The Port Authority considers PATH a part of the communities it serves. PATH strives to be a good neighbor to our friends – PATH riders, local residents, and elected officials – in the Ironbound in Newark, along Jersey City’s waterfront, down Hoboken’s cobbled streets, and everywhere in between. Learn more about the people and communities we serve:
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