PATH Harrison Station Redevelopment Project

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About

PATH Harrison Station Replacement Project

On October 30, 2018, PATH opened the first portion of a new, state-of-the-art westbound PATH station in Harrison, completing the first phase of a comprehensive, $256 million redevelopment project that will greatly improve travel for the thousands of riders who use the facility daily.

This anchors a four-phase redevelopment program that will also bring a new station house to the eastbound side by mid-2019, and lead to the renovation of the two existing buildings while creating other amenities and services in the station and vicinity.

The new station features an airy, light-filled glass-and-steel design and modernized amenities. It features glass-enclosed, weather-protected station entrances, as well as modern elevators, widened stairs and escalator access to the platform. It also has an extended platform to accommodate longer, 10-car trains on the Newark–WTC line in the future. Finally, the new station features one of the PATH’s first “countdown clocks” that will tell passengers when the next train will be arriving.



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Benefits

The new, fully-modernized PATH Harrison Station will feature glass-and-steel construction and will include these amenities

  • Modern elevators, as well as widened stairs and escalator access to both platforms
  • New, glass-enclosed and weather-protected station entrances
  • Extended platforms to accommodate 10-car trains
  • Countdown clocks that will tell passengers when the next train will be arriving
  • Environmentally sustainable enhancements
  • Enhanced security and communications

Construction will not impact peak service on the Newark to World Trade Center line.

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