PATH Train

The New Jersey-Manhattan PATH commuter train lists timetables and service updates on its official site. Recommended in the NYC.com Guerrilla Guide as a great way to get to Manhattan cheap ($1.75 each way). PATH's new turnstiles accept the PATH QuickC... more
The New Jersey-Manhattan PATH commuter train lists timetables and service updates on its official site. Recommended in the NYC.com Guerrilla Guide as a great way to get to Manhattan cheap ($1.75 each way). PATH's new turnstiles accept the PATH QuickCard, the PATH SingleRide Ticket, and the Pay-Per-Ride (Regular) MetroCard ONLY. PATH turnstiles do not accept MTA Single Trip tickets or any Unlimited Ride MetroCard.

The Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation (PATH) was established in 1962 as a subsidiary of The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The heavy rail transit system serves as the primary transit link between Manhattan and neighboring New Jersey urban communities and suburban railroads. PATH presently carries 215,115 passengers each weekday. This volume is expected to continue to increase with the anticipated growth in regional residential, commercial and business development.

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