PATH service restored after hour-long ‘compressor failure’ suspension

PATH train service was resumed after an hour-plus long delay due to what the Port Authority termed "air compressor failure."

All PATH train service has been suspended due to an air compressor failure.

The problems were originally reported at 4:19 p.m. by the rail system's Twitter account.

The Port Authority had originally stated that the suspension was due to signal failure. The PATH train connects Penn Station in Newark to stations in nearby Hoboken, Jersey City, as well as stops in Manhattan.

New Jersey Transit is, as of this hour, still offering cross-honors for passengers at the PATH stations in Newark, Hoboken and at 33rd street by New York Penn.

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