A long line forms at the ferry terminal in Jersey City, N.J., as people commute toward New York City, Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. Flooding caused by Superstorm Sandy has halted mass transportation in the northern New Jersey region with train service to New York completely shutdown. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
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In this NBC 4 New York exclusive, NJ Transit shows how they're testing their repaired tracks before service resumes along part of the the coast that's been shut down since Sandy, from Bayhead near Point Pleasant to Woodbridge. Brian Thompson reports.
Weekday PATH service to Lower Manhattan along the World Trade Center line will resume early Monday.
Officials say those trains will run from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., with stops in New Jersey at Newark, Harrison, Journal Square, Grove Street and Exchange Place and in New York at the World Trade Center.
Disabled access will be available at Newark and World Trade Center.
Floodwater spawned by Superstorm Sandy inundated the World Trade Center station, covering its track bed with several feet of water. Port Authority PATH crews have since removed millions of gallons of water from the tracks and platforms and repaired or replaced damaged switching and signal systems.
The line will not operate on weekends, so crews can continue their repair work.