Press Release Article


Date: Mar 15, 2019
Press Release Number: 37-2019

PATH riders are downloading and using the RidePATH mobile app for real-time travel information at dramatically increasing rates, achieving a milestone of more than 107,000 total downloads for iOS and Android phones – nearly 11,000 of them coming in the past month alone.

By downloading the mobile app, which was launched in 2018, PATH customers can quickly access the latest alerts, schedule information and when the next train is arriving, linked to PATH’s new system of countdown clocks now operational in each of the system’s 13 stations.

The growing popularity of RidePATH reflects a series of key customer services initiatives that have been implemented throughout the PATH system, including the installation of in-station countdown clocks and real-time train arrival information now available through smartphones. It is part of the Port Authority’s focus on improving customer experience across all of its facilities.

“Our PATH and Technology teams have worked tirelessly to provide the highest level of service to riders, and the customers’ response to our RidePATH mobile app is further evidence that commitment is paying dividends,” said Port Authority Chairman Kevin O’Toole.

“We are delighted that more than 100,000 PATH riders have voted so enthusiastically with their feet (or actually their fingers) by downloading the RidePATH app,” said Port Authority Executive Director Rick Cotton. “Having real-time train arrival information and digital trip planning literally at riders’ fingertips on their smartphones is part of our customer experience focus to provide useful, actionable information to all travelers who use our facilities.”

Customers who have yet to do so are strongly encouraged to download the PATH mobile app, RidePATH, for updates.

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