Manhattan and New Jersey

PATH links Manhattan with the New Jersey cities of Hoboken, Jersey City and Newark.  Its entire system consists of fewer than fourteen miles and but thirteen stations; but four different routes operate during much of the day. 

There are two terminals in New York City.  This view shows a train waiting to depart from the three-track station at 33rd St. on Manhattan's West Side, a block or so from Penn Station.  After four additional stops in the city, trains traveling from here pass under the Hudson River into New Jersey.  The other Manhattan line has just its terminal station on the island, World Trade Center.