Sandy-Related Commuter Headaches Continue

PATH train service is limited and only one tube of the Brooklyn-Battery tunnel is open in both directions

By Mathew R. Warren
|  Saturday, Dec 22, 2012  |  Updated 4:12 PM EDT
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Sandy-Related Commuter Headaches Continue

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Sandy-related repairs are continuing to cause hassles for commuters on the road and riding the rails.

This weekend and next weekend, PATH trains will only make stops between Newark and the World Trade Center as crews work on the restoration of the Hoboken line which has been closed since Sandy struck.
   
Free shuttle buses are available for PATH riders from Hoboken and Newport into Manhattan.

Drivers should be aware that the Hugh Carey Tunnel, otherwise known as the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel, will have only one tube open in each direction Saturday and Sunday from 3 a.m. to 1 p.m. as crews repair lingering storm damage.

The tunnel will resume normal operations for Monday's morning commute.
 

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