Port Authority Trans-hudson: Path System (2009)

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    The Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) is a 13.8-mile-long Rapid Transit system running between New York and New Jersey via the Hudson River and consists of 4 Lines. The lines are the Newark-WTC Line (Red Line on map), Journal Square to 33rd St Line (Yellow Line on map), Hoboken to 33rd St Line (Blue Line on map), and Hoboken to WTC (Green Line on map) (During weekdays. During Late Nights and Weekends, Green Line is not running while Yellow Line and Blue Line are combined.) There are 13 stations in total. Of those stations 5 are termini, and 3 are above ground. The system has one large yard at Harrison and one small yard at Journal Square. The line runs in Newark, Harrison, Jersey City, Hoboken, and Manhattan.

    If this route were to be made, the route would be in the timeframe of 2009

    This route would feature 3 types of rolling stock.

    The PA-3 entered service in 1972 and was built by Hawker-Siddeley. The PA-3 cars are 51'8", have painted aluminum bodies, and have two doors per side.
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    The PA-4 entered service in 1986 and was built by Kawasaki. PA-4 cars are 51'8", have stainless steel bodies, and have three doors per side.
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    The PA-5 entered service in 2009 and was built by Kawasaki. PA-5 cars are 51'8", have stainless steel bodies, and have three doors per side. These are the newest cars and have a blue front unlike the other trains and features newer technology including, touchscreen panels, combined throttle and braking, and automatic announcements.
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    PATH Map (Weekdays)
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    PATH Map (Weekends/Late Nights)
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    Last edited: Feb 9, 2022

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