Summer '16 might get people hot for all the wrong reason. 

Commuting is essential for anyone who lives or works in New York City, and with such an immense amount of required travel, knowing alternative routes is just as crucial as mastering your regular routine.

Well, it looks like New Jersey commuters better start searching now.

Starting early this August, the Port Authority will be suspending weekend train service until December. 

From 12:01 a.m. on Saturdays until 5:00 a.m. on Mondays, PATH trains to 33rd street will... not be running.  

The Port Authority's reason for suspending the line so many New Yorkers and New Jerseyans use is for "federally-mandated safety initiative to install a new computerized signal system designed to improve passenger service and safety," according to the Hudson Reporter.

Don't start quaking in your boots just yet, PATH riders. 

There will be increase service on the WTC line and also shuttle buses will make stops between 29th Street and WTC.


So, maybe you're gonna have to find a new way to get in and out of the city on those hot summer nights but this is NYC! Everything gets pushed back once in a while. 


It's when everything starts falling into place that you should be scared.

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[via Hudson Reporter] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram]