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City New York Lines Served JSQ-33; HOB-WTC
Year Opened 1909 Transfers Hudson-Bergen Light Rail
Street Location Washington Blvd & Town Sq Place Park-n-Ride Yes
Platform Layout 1 island platform, 1 side platform Right-of-Way Subway
# of Tracks 2 tracks Former Name(s) Erie, Pavonia, Pavonia/Newport
Points of Interest This station was originally built to serve the Erie Terminal built above this station. After the Erie moved to Hoboken, this station became a virtual ghost station. However, in the late 1980's thru today major shopping and residential development have spring up on the former railroad yards. Now this is one of the busiest stations on the PATH system!

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ny-hr-path-newport-040602-01.jpg (319825 bytes)33rd St. train leaving Pavonia-Newport Station. (4/6/02) ny-hr-path-pavonia-082103-1.jpg (326570 bytes)This side northbound platform had been closed for many years. Now that this station is busy again, it was reopened to passengers in August of 2003. (8/21/03)


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