How to Get Home After Midnight

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NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 30: The Times Square New Year's Eve Ball is tested the day before New Year's Eve on December 30, 2011 in New York City. The 11,875-pound Waterford crystal ball will descend a 130-foot tall flagpole to mark the beginning of 2012. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) Photo: Mario Tama/2011 Getty Images

Chances are, you'd like to get home at some point after the ball drops. PATH does, too, because it plans to run throughout the night—10 p.m. to 5 a.m.—for the first time since Hurricane Sandy. Still no luck for those trying to get from Newark to WTC though. If you're feeling fancier (or have someone to impress), there's Uber. The app lets you summon a town car from your phone, but it might cost you "$100 MINIMUM before time and mileage charges," according to a letter they sent to subscribers. We'll stick to the trusty MTA, which plans to run with little to no service changes tonight, unless you're heading to Times Square.