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Exchange Place

City Jersey City Lines Served HOB-WTC; NWK-WTC
Year Opened 1909 Transfers Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, Bus, Ferry
Street Location 1 Hudson Place Park-n-Ride Yes
Platform Layout 2 interconnected side platforms Right-of-Way Subway
# of Tracks 2 tracks Former Name(s)  
Points of Interest This station lies right at the waterfront in Jersey City. It had been closed after 9/11/01 out of fear of flooding after the World Trade Center Collapse. It was reopened in June 2003, with longer platforms as well as new turnback switches to turn trains without going into NYC.

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PATH train leaving Exchange Place for a quick dash under the Hudson River for the World Trade Center. (8/24/01 dig.)  ny-hr-path-exchange-041803-01.jpg (324374 bytes)Elevator entrance to Exchange Place (4/18/03)
ny-hr-path-exchange-042705-01.jpg (58602 bytes)Newark bound train leaving Exchange Place. (4/05) Departing (10/18/06)
Departing (10/13/10) New PA-5 class train departing (10/13/10)
New PA-5 class train departing (10/13/10)  


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