HOBOKEN (AP) — Commuters in Hoboken may have to wait a little longer to catch a PATH train into New York — one minute longer to be exact.

PATH train (Andrew Burton, Getty Images)

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey says passengers headed to Manhattan from Hoboken have to wait seven minutes to catch a train instead of six. Officials say the change was made to help counter overcrowded trains in Jersey City during rush hour.

The one-minute change doesn't look like much, but Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer isn't happy. Zimmer says the move is stunning and defies logic.

The Port Authority said in a statement to the Record newspaper that the schedule adjustment was published in advance and advertised.

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