We could probably just cut and paste this from last week, but that’s lazy journalism…
Nevertheless, the song remains the same this weekend in Hoboken, as the ongoing SUEZ Residency in the Southwest will choke traffic in and out of town from the south—while the PATH Train turns into a pumpkin at the stroke of midnight Friday.
PATH Closures begin at midnight, along the 33rd Street line. All Manhattan stations along the 33rd Street line will be closed.
At midnight on Sunday, direct service from WTC to Hoboken will also be cut off.
Full service on all lines is scheduled to resume at 5:00 a.m. Monday morning.
Until then, you might want to cancel any plans that may have included traveling to or from Hoboken.
While this weekend will be challenging, the real fun starts in a few weeks, when the closures on Rte. 495 seal off access to the north…
Route 495 lane closures to begin in mid-August as rehabilitation of the bridge over Route 1&9/Paterson Plank Road begins. Expect severe congestion and delays for the next two-and-a-half years. pic.twitter.com/kI4CJR0GI8
— ProsecutorSuarezHCPO (@HCPOProsecutor) July 31, 2018