Extra trains, buses added for Giants parade

EDISON - Transit agencies in New Jersey have added trains and bus service today for fans headed home after the ticker-tape parade for the Super Bowl champion Giants in Lower Manhattan.

NJ Transit says it added bus service on 18 routes and increased capacity on select train routes to Hoboken and New York.

PATH says it is offering additional midday service to the World Trade Center, one block from the parade route on Broadway. It also extended morning rush service on the Newark to World Trade Center and Hoboken to World Trade Center routes from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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