Hoboken’s PATH station is weeks from reopening after suffering severe flooding during Hurricane Sandy. Officials from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey gave a tour of the underground tracks Tuesday. The tracks under the station were flooded with eight feet of water four weeks ago. It took about a week to get all the water out, and crews are working around the clock to test switches, signals and cables. PATH service has been restored from Newark and Jersey City into Manhattan in recent weeks.
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