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Newark to New York - the PATH suburban railway

We get used to - and familiar with - our own systems and their rules. Be that behaviour and politeness, shop arrangements or transport. And travelling the world (as I'm doing for a couple of weeks) gives an opportunity to see other people's systems, learn about them - at times with a degree of discomfort for both myself and for the other people.

Much of what I post about is transport related, and I get opportunities to make suggestions and push forward ideas - some of which have been taken up (or I have taken up) with good results. And I'm not afraid to learn the good and the bad, and learn what should be questioned about what I've accepted as the standard way of doing things. And on that basis, I enjoyed my day out from Newark, New Jersey into Downtown New York on Friday.

Newark City Centre is a high rise US Commercial City - with modern and old buildings, parks for people and parks for cars and wide street with potholes which make the UK's roads look near-perfect. The trucks are heavier, the number of lanes in even an urban street would be over-provision in the UK, and cars honk their horns at 3 in the morning - at least they did at the base of our 15 story hotel, and their sound reached up to the fifth floor. A tour coach checking in the previous evening had caused long lines at the elevator (sorry - let me translate - a long queue for the lifts and - first big shock - I had asked about the altenative staircase and been told there wasn't one - only the emergency escape on the outside of the building.

Anyway ... Newark's Penn Central station is just "two long blocks" from the hotel we're in. I've asked (and failed) to find a conversion factor from "long blocks" into yards or metres, but it's not very far. And just one block from the hotel is a tram stop - looks new and modern, but on walking that block the service looked like it was a 20 to 30 minute wait, and the TVM looked like it was out of order; the price wasn't obvious for our short journey had we taken in, and (as ususal) the posters saying what could happen if we failed to follow the rules were threatening. So we walked and I can't tell you about the tram ride, nor whether the fare should have been $0.70 or $1.50, nor how we could pay.

Newark's Penn Central is served by buses - LOTS of buses. By Amtrak trains. By NJ Transit trains. By the trams (on two routes), and by PATH - that's Port Authority Trans-Hudson, owned and operated by the Port Authtority of New Jersey and New York. Arriving on foot into the grand old station - it's a wow of old architecture. There are ticket and information desks for various lines, shops and cafes, and an information booth. Signs point to platforms (sorry - tracks) 1 to 5, and there's a sign that says "PATH" also pointing up to a platform.

How to get a ticket? On look around for a booking office, and scratching one's head, one asks at the information. Looked at as if I'm an idiot tourist, I'm told that PATH tickets are bought up on the platform. Obvious really (??) and up we trot to find turnstile gates and a serices of ticket macshones. The ticket machines, though, seem to sell different tickets to the one they're advertising - and having found a vaguely suitable product we set about getting a couple on our credit card. Furstrating, it's going to have to be one at a time - but never mind, that can be done ... except that we're asked to enter the Zip code the card is registered to as our security check ... and "SN...." isn't accepted. Fortunatley, there's a helpful team member who's there to pick up confused users and she approaches us; it appears that the easiest way to get a ticket is a preloaded card from the the snack bar, which we duly did - with the price, mind you, bearing no resemblance I could see to the options on the machines.

But - there are two of us. We need two tickets. "No - just swipe to get one of you in, pass the card back and the second person swipes in". And so we did, with the smiling approval of the team helper. Goodness - if we tried that in London with an Oyster card, alarms would sound and we would be in trouble - and seeing how different the US system is, I begin to appreciate even more the problems UK visitors must have.

PATH runs 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Don't know how they do maintenance. Trains are every few minutes at peak times, down to a couple an hour during the early hurs. The red line runs from the PATH "Manhattan bound" track at Newark, via four or five intermediate stations, to the World Trade Centre. But we changed at Journal Square onto the 33rd Street service. It was midmorning, trains were long and busy. Fairly old, and with features like a conductor's panel that I remember from old undergrounds but are long gone in London. Fast running from Harrison to Journal Square ... much more slower as we wisted and turned after changing. The majority of the network is in New Jersey, but both branches reach out under the Hudson River, feeding New Jersey commuter into Manhattan, New York. A third rail tunnel - that of the Penn Central - runs in to the New York Penn Central station, and that's shared by the NJ transit trains. Using them would have been quicker, but offered us less of the local flavour.

A selection of pictures follows ... of the journey into New York (33rd) and back out from World Trade Centre. There are so many difference to note - the banning of food and drinkconsption on the train, the platforms with roof supports very close to the track, yellow lines at the edge and not a metre back. And so many similarities too. Enjoy the pictures.


 
New Jersey

 

 

 
Newark, New Jersey

 

 

 
PATH in New York

 

 

 
Yet another crowded train

 

 

 


(written 2015-05-05)

 
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  [3161] TransWilts rail - what picture represents us - (2011-02-08)
  [3141] Wiltshire Rail services - a golden opportunity - (2011-01-21)
  [3135] A time to be brave? We should ask for what is best for our area. - (2011-01-16)
  [3119] TransWilts - some things to see and do - (2011-01-03)
  [3114] Transwilts Link - both Wiltshire and beyond - (2010-12-30)
  [3113] Trowbridge and Melksham to Chippenham - more roadworks, even slower journey over the winter - (2010-12-30)
  [3111] TransWilts Link - Days out from Swindon to Weymouth? - (2010-12-28)
  [3080] Santa Special - rather more special than usual - December 2010 - (2010-12-07)
  [3079] TransWilts Rail News ... Melksham (Santa Special) Edition ... 5th December 2010 - (2010-12-04)
  [3033] Rail services back to Radstock? - (2010-11-07)
  [3031] Get all your ducks in a row ... and they may turn into swans - (2010-11-06)
  [3017] Seventh day traveller on the six day railway - (2010-10-27)
  [3006] Santa announcement, 5th December 2010, Melksham - (2010-10-20)
  [2982] Travel, Transport and Tourism - A vision for Melksham, 2026 - (2010-10-03)
  [2955] Melksham Railway Station - new information point - (2010-09-13)
  [2954] Railway meetings, trips and meetups this autumn - (2010-09-12)
  [2931] Syncronise - software, trains, and buses. Please! - (2010-08-22)
  [2930] Walk - Tilehurst to Pangborne - (2010-08-21)
  [2919] London to Calne, Corsham, Melksham, Bradford-on-Avon, Chippenham by public Transport - (2010-08-13)
  [2908] How Green is my train? - (2010-08-07)
  [2901] Ambassador or Anorak? - (2010-08-03)
  [2855] Train Services - Melksham to Bath and Bristol (and airport) - (2010-07-05)
  [2696] Garlic bread without garlic - (2010-03-27)
  [2678] Reaching out to the community - a good case for support - (2010-03-15)
  [2664] Oliver Cromwell at Bristol Temple Meads - (2010-03-06)
  [2662] Is Melksham public transport actually used? - (2010-03-05)
  [2658] Save the Train - a significant change in approach - (2010-03-03)
  [2634] London to and from Melksham by public transport - (2010-02-13)
  [2627] Saturdays out from Melksham - to Oxford, to Didcot or to Swindon - (2010-02-07)
  [2626] On Malachite Green - (2010-02-06)
  [2568] Forums for your Melksham and open source discussions - (2010-01-09)
  [2557] Rail Campaign - response to core consultation - (2009-12-31)
  [2556] Railway Station Survey - please complete today or tomorrow - (2009-12-30)
  [2533] Five guests, three groups, one car - (2009-12-11)
  [2529] Santa Special, 2009 - (2009-12-06)
  [2522] Integrated public Transport - what could be done for Melksham - (2009-12-01)
  [2513] Wiltshire Council purchases Melksham Station Land - (2009-11-26)
  [2511] The story of the railway land at Melksham Station - (2009-11-24)
  [2486] Santa Special - Trowbridge and Melksham to Swindon - (2009-10-31)
  [2477] By train ... - (2009-10-25)
  [2473] Exploring Old Railways - (2009-10-24)
  [2457] Railway Arithmetic - (2009-10-16)
  [2438] Listening to The Minister - (2009-10-05)
  [2395] From Lymington by train - last of the slammers - (2009-09-05)
  [2391] Great Western Route Utilisation Strategy - Draft for Consultation - (2009-09-02)
  [2372] Public Transport from (and to) Melksham on Sundays - (2009-08-23)
  [2328] Melksham - no trains, no southbound buses through the town - (2009-08-08)
  [2318] For Lua Programmers AND for Town Planners - (2009-08-02)
  [2268] Westbury Bypass Refused - looking forward - (2009-07-04)
  [2133] Bigger and better this year! - (2009-04-20)
  [2057] Train and Coach fares from London (and airports) to Melksham - (2009-02-26)
  [2042] Wiltshire Rail Service Update - (2009-02-15)
  [2026] Melksham Climate Friendly Group - (2009-02-05)
  [2024] Carry on Training - in spite of the weather - (2009-02-03)
  [1999] How low can you sink? - (2009-01-17)
  [1966] Background to the TransWilts Train Fiasco - (2008-12-29)
  [1965] How much does a train service actually cost - (2008-12-29)
  [1964] Why hasnt the fiasco been put right - (2008-12-29)
  [1905] A Gold Star for First Great Western Customer Service - (2008-11-24)
  [1858] Camera with night vision, youth with no vision - (2008-10-28)
  [1848] 30th November - Santa Trip from Melksham - (2008-10-19)
  [1757] Preserved railways - struggling to the future? - (2008-08-17)
  [1729] Back from the future - (2008-07-30)
  [1708] A Train Service Update for Melksham Party in the Park - (2008-07-13)
  [1616] Not daring to be an anorak - (2008-04-19)
  [1567] Melksham - Swindon. Train v Bus v Car - (2008-03-07)
  [1558] Getting somewhere with the train service - (2008-02-28)
  [1530] Railway Acronyms and Abbreviations - (2008-02-03)
  [1452] Santa on the train to Melksham - (2007-12-01)
  [1428] Travel Across Wiltshire - the game - (2007-11-11)
  [1424] Closer than you think - the next step - (2007-11-08)
  [1382] First Great Western - information for customers - (2007-10-07)
  [1358] Look forward with a new broom - Wiltshire Train Service - (2007-09-19)
  [1314] Business travel by train in the USA - (2007-08-22)
  [1303] Heading Upstate New York - (2007-08-14)
  [1291] Day trip to Weymouth - (2007-08-05)
  [1274] Radio coverage for railway issues - (2007-07-23)
  [1273] Melksham or Weymouth? Meal or day out? - (2007-07-23)
  [1228] Some progress on the train campaign - (2007-06-10)
  [1139] Overcrowded trains around Bristol - (2007-04-08)
  [1097] Train and business balls all in the air! - (2007-03-02)
  [1093] Wiltshire Train - can YOU come on 5th March? - (2007-02-25)
  [1076] Save the Train - an update - (2007-02-12)
  [1069] Rail trouble forced me to buy hotel - (2007-02-07)
  [1063] Bradford-on-Avon - 150 years of passenger trains - (2007-02-03)
  [1045] Bang! Train campaign hits home - (2007-01-19)
  [1044] Call for appropriate train services - Swindon, Bristol, Bath, West Wilts, Severn Beach etc - (2007-01-18)
  [1033] Empty at Easleigh, Missing at Melksham, Overflowing at Oldfield - (2007-01-14)
  [976] Santa at the station - (2006-12-09)
  [974] The last commuter train through Melksham - (2006-12-09)
  [952] Coming from London to Melksham by train for a course - (2006-11-28)
  [877] Yes, but what do we do now?? - (2006-09-24)
  [814] Melksham Railway Calendar 2007 - (2006-07-25)
  [803] Not shouting - (2006-07-16)
  [790] Shadow Transport Minister to visit Melksham - (2006-07-02)
  [697] For any North and West Wilts and Swindon Readers - (2006-04-23)
  [688] Are you free on Friday evening? - (2006-04-18)
  [648] West Wilts Railway Users Group and trains to Lacock - (2006-03-16)
  [634] Real chance to make a difference - (2006-03-05)
  [632] Moral dilemma - (2006-03-04)
  [527] Greater Western Franchise Awarded - (2005-12-13)
  [524] Santa comes to Melksham - (2005-12-11)
  [521] Proof needed? Please just use common sense! - (2005-12-08)
  [488] Looking for railway groups and users - Swindon, Salisbury, Southampton - (2005-11-06)
  [486] Rail services under threat - Swindon, Melksham ... and Newquay and Bicester too - (2005-11-05)
  [447] Tomorrow's meeting. - (2005-09-19)
  [434] Through public transport connection, Chippenham to Salisbury, to cease - (2005-09-02)
  [428] Swindon - Chippenham - Melksham - Trowbridge - Westbury train service - (2005-08-29)
  [154] Railway train service, Melksham station - (2004-12-17)


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