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Okay if any of you guys could help me that would be great.

 

What would be the fastest route getting from WTC to 68th St.-Hunter College?

 

I'm coming from Bayonne and I'm taking the Light Rail to Exchange, and then Exchange to WTC by PATH but I don't know what would be the quickest subway route after that?

 

(Or would it be faster taking the Light Rail to Hoboken and then PATH from Hoboken to whatever stop in Manhattan?)

 

I was thinking taking the E to W. 4th and then the V to 51st and then the 6 to 68th but im not sure if that is the most convenient? Any help would be great guys, thanks!

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The Fulton Street/Broadway stop on the (4) and (5) are not too far from WTC. Walk to Fulton Street and Broadway, take either the (4) or (5) uptown to 59th Street and transfer to the (6) and take it one stop and you're at 68th! Hope this helps. :)

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Id take the 33rd St PATH to 34th St Herld SQ and grab the (V) to 51st St for the (6) or take the (N)(R)(W) at 34th St to59th/Lex for the (6) next stop 68th St.. and if not go with Subway Guy^^ even tho u r going local..

 

 

Or walk to the Brooklyn Bridge City Hall Station for the (6) stright or (4)(5) Exp to 59th for the (6) the local service.. [Much faster]

 

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You can also use this to help ypu plan your trip:

 

http://tripplanner.mta.info/

 

as well as google map

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Exchange place does not serve any line that goes to 33rd Street.

 

He can take the Hoboken-WTC to Newport for the 33rd St train, unless he doesnt have to get off at Exchange place. I dunno

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He can take the Hoboken-WTC to Newport for the 33rd St train, unless he doesnt have to get off at Exchange place. I dunno

That would increase his travel time instead of reducing it.

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HBLR to hoboken, PATH to 33rd. (N)(R)(W) to lex/59th, (6) to 68th hunter college.

 

The (N)(R)(W) station is connected to the 33rd st PATH station under manhattan mall, however it has been months since i went from there to the (6) so i'm not sure of the lexington ave station layout.

 

- A

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I say take the PATH from Exchange to the (4) at Fulton Street (only 1 block away, plus it is not too deep). Transfer to the (6) at 42 Street.

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I say take the PATH from Exchange to the (4) at Fulton Street (only 1 block away, plus it is not too deep). Transfer to the (6) at 42 Street.

 

PATH to 33rd is faster, it goes ~50 most of the way. I've done it a bunch of times, i avoid the lex like the plague, always takes forever. :confused:

 

- A

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