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Re: PATH / MTA transfers
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Personally me, I pathed to the L -- walked up stairs from path out to the street, went to the right, and right down the L train stairs


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Personally me, I pathed to the L -- walked up stairs from path out to the street, went to the right, and right down the L train stairs
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What's the easiest way to transfer to the L at 14th Street, after arriving at 14th Street via Path? I could have sworn I've done it before...but maybe it's only on one side of the tracks?

Are there other spots where you can switch from PATH to MTA without going above ground? I know at 23rd you can switch to BDFM.

Speaking of which, anybody know the ETA on the underground passageway between WTC terminal and Fulton Center?


33rd you can switch to NQR/BDFM underground (aside from late nights when the passageway is closed, presumably to prevent 10,000 homeless people from turning it into a dormitory).

I still think the WTC transportation hub is supposed to be open around the end of the year, but who knows with that. I'm, personally, super excited for it, as it will make GRO -> WTC -> MTA a nice way to avoid some of the rush hour crowding of JSQ-33rd, even if it will cost an extra couple bucks.

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PATH to L -- you walk up stairs from PATH out to the street, go to the right, and right down the L train stairs on the same corner.

Dey St extension has been completed for at least a year, but I don't believe it's ready to be open until after WTC PATH station is open which keeps getting delayed.

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What's the easiest way to transfer to the L at 14th Street, after arriving at 14th Street via Path? I could have sworn I've done it before...but maybe it's only on one side of the tracks?

Are there other spots where you can switch from PATH to MTA without going above ground? I know at 23rd you can switch to BDFM.

Speaking of which, anybody know the ETA on the underground passageway between WTC terminal and Fulton Center?

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