NEW YORK — PATH train services are operating with delays on the Hoboken to World Trade Center line, Journal Square to 33rd Street line and the Hoboken to 33rd Street line after they were briefly suspended due to a switch failure early Tuesday morning.
PATH announced trains were suspended on the Hoboken to World Trade Center line and Hoboken to 33rd Street line at 6:21 a.m. Tuesday morning. They announced the Journal Square to 33rd Street line was suspended about 15 minutes later.
NJ Transit announced buses are cross-honoring PATH tickets at Hoboken, Penn Station and Newark Penn Station until 8 a.m. Hudson-Bergen light rail trains will cross-honorPATH tickets at the Hoboken terminal until 8 a.m. as well.
Commuters took to Twitter to express their frustrations.