PATH to Resume Weekend World Trade Center Service Shut Down Since Sandy

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    The Hoboken station was severely flooded by Sandy.

    PATH trains are about to resume service on a line that has been out of service on weekends since Sandy.

    Port Authority officials say starting Friday, weekend service to and from the World Trade Center will be up and running.

    Officials had been waiting for a shipment of replacement parts necessary to restoring service on the line.

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