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The Port Authority Trans Hudson (P.A.T.H.)
Engineering and Construction
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Name: Instructor: Course: Date: The Port Authority Trans Hudson (P.A.T.H.) Introduction The Port Authority Trans Hudson is a rapid rail network operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. This double management is because of the fact that it serves the two cities besides many others some of which include Newark, Harrison, Hoboken and Manhattan among many others.
By the close of the 2011 fiscal year, the ridership had risen to over 250, 000 (Carleton 4) There are a number of rail services in the country, which exists independently, in New Jersey, Manhattan, and Hoboken, the PATH uses underground rail networks, this allows for convenience and reduces the chances of accidents as the train rapid train services travels at speed exceeding 200kilometer per hour. As the rail system approaches the New York city, its rail system crosses or runs adjacent to other independently existing rail service providers such as the New York city subway. Despite the closeness of the rails or the crossing patterns of the rail system, PATH uses only its rail system without overlapping or running on other company’s system. Currently the PATH has grown and increased its infrastructure to sustain the current statistics of ridership and intercity connections. This is a reflection of effective management and infrastructural transformations successfully implemented by the port authority during its take over in the 19590s. PATH originally known as Hudson and Manhattan Railroad dates back to before the first New York subway the railroad was first planned in 1874. ...
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