2 PATH stations to close over weekends

Two PATH stations will be out of service over the next three weekends so workers can continue removing corrosive salt left behind by Superstorm Sandy.

PATH trains running after hour suspension

PATH trains running after hour suspension (11/8/13)

JERSEY CITY

Two PATH stations will be out of service over the next three weekends so workers can continue removing corrosive salt left behind by Superstorm Sandy.
 
The Exchange Place and World Trade Center stations will be closed between tonight and early Monday morning. The West Concourse at World Trade Center will remain open and accessible during the outages.
            
Passengers who wish to travel to and from Manhattan can use the Journal Square line to 33rd Street by way of the Hoboken line. 

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