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Here's How You Get Home After Hoboken Crash

By Kathleen Culliton | September 29, 2016 12:54pm

NEW YORK CITY —  PATH trains resumed service to and from Hoboken Thursday afternoon after a train jumped the tracks at the city's NJ Transit rail station, killing one, injuring more than 100 and leaving the hub badly damaged.

The link with New York City resumed Hoboken-bound service shortly after 3 p.m. following an inspection which declared that "the structural integrity is fine," New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said.

New York-bound service resumed an hour later. All New Jersey Transit trains from the station were canceled.

The MTA, Port Authority and New Jersey Transit buses will accept New Jersey rail tickets from those affected by the disruption, they announced on Twitter. 

The New Jersey Transit 126 bus will run with increased service and connect to a shuttle bus running between Hoboken and Secaucus Junction, the commissioner said.

Car service apps Uber and Lyft both offered free rides to passengers in Hoboken and Union City; Uber from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Lyft from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., the companies announced on Twitter. 

And the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail will run on increased service with connections to city ferry services at Port Imperial and Paulus Hook, officials announced. 

Metro North service west of the Hudson River — the Pascack Valley line, the Hudson line and the Port Jarvis line — was also impacted by the crash and several stations will be accessible through bus service,  the MTA announced.

Buses will depart from the Hudson Line Tarrytown station to take riders to Pearl River, Nanuet, Spring Valley, Suffern, Sloatsburg, Tuxedo, Harriman and Salisbury Mills stations.

And buses will depart from the Hudson Line Beacon station to take riders to all stations between Campbell Hall and Port Jervis on the Port Jervis line.

"We will have the the system up and running as soon as humanly possible," said Governor Andrew Cuomo, who appeared beside Christie at a press conference.