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Port Authority of NY/NJ offers tour of new train center

Posted on August 29, 2012

John Sisak, PATH’s operations analyst, Port Authority Deputy Executive Director Bill Baroni and Port Authority Executive Director Patrick Foye.
Photo courtesy of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
John Sisak, PATH’s operations analyst, Port Authority Deputy Executive Director Bill Baroni and Port Authority Executive Director Patrick Foye.
Photo courtesy of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Port Authority of New York and New Jersey officials marked the 50th anniversary of the acquisition of the commuter rail system with a tour of the new, $66 million PATH Train Control Center, currently undergoing testing, according to the Daily Record.

The new control center will allow PATH trains to operate on four-minute headway, which along new signals and extended station platforms, will add 20% more capacity from current levels. The station is set to open in January. For the full story, click here.

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