Commuting into the city is still a hassle for thousands of New Jersey residents who use the Hoboken PATH station.
Port Authority officials say the station is weeks away from reopening after suffering severe flooding during Sandy.
Commuters have to use ferries and buses to get across the Hudson.
PATH service has been restored from Newark and Jersey City into Manhattan.
The tracks under the Hoboken station were flooded with eight feet of water during the hurricane.
It took about a week to pump the water out.
The Hoboken station is more than 100 years old.