NEWPORT PATH STATION

Newport-PATH-Station
Project Information

The PATH train system began operations in 1908, pre-dating New York City’s subway system. Currently serving over 20,000 riders daily, the Newport PATH Station connects northern New Jersey commuters to New York City’s Financial District and the West Village/Chelsea/Herald Square neighborhoods.

How We Helped NEWPORT PATH STATION

provided electrical engineering consulting for the station. This project involved moving condenser units and rerouting power from old units to new ones.

Location
Newport PATH Station
Jersey City, NJ
Architect
Superstructures, Inc.

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