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Service Notes Fare: PATH’s one-way full cash fare is $2.75. PATH turnstiles accept the PATH SmartLink Card, PATH SingleRide Ticket, PATH 2-trip MetroCard, and MetroCards that have sufficient Pay-Per-Ride value on them. The PATH SingleRide Ticket is valid for two hours from time of purchase. SmartLink discounts are available when purchasing 10, 20, or 40-trips or 1-day, 7-day, or 30-day Unlimited Passes. PATH’s one-way Senior Fare, offered to riders 65 years of age or older, is $1.00, payable with the PATH Senior SmartLink Card. Children age 5 and under ride free. PATH does not offer refunds for delayed service or emergencies affecting the schedule. PATH does not refund trips on unregistered SmartLink Cards. PATH turnstiles do NOT accept cash, the MTA SingleRide Ticket, MTA Reduced Fare MetroCard, or any Unlimited Ride MetroCard. Connections/Responsibilities: Customers are advised to check their NJ TRANSIT timetable to see which PATH train is the best to take to make their connection. PATH cannot assume responsibility for errors in schedule, delayed or canceled trains, or failure to make connections. Schedules are subject to change without notice. Customers are encouraged to subscribe to the PATHAlerts notification system at to stay informed of service changes that may affect their trip. Weekend Construction/Maintenance: Due to weekend construction/maintenance, weekend schedules may be subject to change. Customers are encouraged to subscribe to the PATHAlerts notification system at to stay informed of service changes that may affect their trip. PATHVISION: Real-time delay information and station-specific information appear along the bottom of monitors in every station. Accessibility: Seven stations are fully accessible for customers with disabilities and provide elevator access between platforms and street levels, as well as other amenities. Please see PATH Map and look for designation for these stations. To learn about any existing elevator outages, please visit call 1-800-234-PATH, or check in-station PATHVISION monitors. Courtesy: Please give your seat to disabled, elderly, or pregnant riders. The law requires that you offer seats designated PRIORITY SEATING to disabled riders. Lost and Found: Located at the PATH Police Desk in the Journal Square Transportation Center — 201-216-2677 or 212-435-2611. No Eating, Drinking, and Smoking: Eating, drinking, and smoking are prohibited on trains and in stations. No Photography or Solicitation: Photography and solicitation are prohibited on trains and in stations. Bicycles: Folded bicycles are permitted on PATH at all times. Non-folding bicycles are permitted at all times EXCEPT weekdays between 6:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m., and weekdays between 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. There is a limit of two bicycles per railcar. No bicycles are permitted in the first railcar of a train. Animals: Service animals for disabled customers and small domestic animals in a secure carrying case are permitted. No other animals are allowed. Your eyes and ears are some of our most important safety tools. So if you see, hear, or notice something suspicious, speak up. Call 800.828.7273 Funding for this message e provided by grants from the U.S. Department t of Homeland Security. Subscribe at to receive the latest train service and/or elevator status alerts via text or email. Timetable, Map and Guide For all weekday and weekend service ENGLISH Effective December 25, 2016 30% Printed on recycled paper containing 30% post-consumer content. 12/2016

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