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PATH To Raise Fares Tuesday

Monday, September 30, 2013 - 05:15 PM

PATH train (GK tramrunner229/Wikicommons)

Starting Tuesday, it'll cost as much to ride a PATH train as it does to ride the subway. 

As part of a scheduled hike, PATH fares will rise a quarter, to $2.50. For years, PATH fares were cheaper than a MetroCard. The cost of a monthly unlimited PATH SmartLink card will also increase to $80.

The Government Accountability Office has said that the Port Authority is not transparent enough to the public,

For the new rates, see below.

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Comments [1]

You couldn't find an UGLIER picture of PATH trains? I see a FUGLY fence with garbage bag fragments caught on the FUGLY barbed wire, below a FUGLY cable with a FUGLY factory chimney and a FUGLY billboard behind an OLD PATH car. At least the sky is blue.
There were better pics on the same web page where you pulled this.Unless your intent was to show the PATH as gross, Kate?

Oct. 01 2013 11:18 AM

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