The 14 Street PATH station has two side platforms for the two track line each with a line of round columns (for most of their lengths, except where extensions occurred) that are blue and have decorative sections just before they reach the curved ceiling they are holding up. The cream colored walls of the platforms and passageways to them have the standard modern PATH look but with no signage, all signage for the station's name is via 14 signs on the columns and little 14 Street signs on the track walls that are today just painted black or fading white (previously, as of 2006, they also had middle blue stripe with a hand painted PATH logos inside this stripe). The exists from each platform differ: The Uptown trains to 33 Street side it is completely separate from the subway. Transferring requires ascending to street level. One set of two, and one of three turnstiles are directly on the platform on each side (there is a low tiled wall, leading to silver fencing up to the ceiling above) of a single staircase that leads up to an intermediate landing where two MVMs are before doubling back and leading up to the one exit to the street. This is inside a storefront on the Sixth Avenue side of 562 6 Avenue, (excuse me Avenue of the Americas) on the SE corner with 14 Street. The Jersey-bound side is directly connected to the subway station, with the streetstair closest to it at the SE corner signed Subway-PATH. This leads to a PATH tiled corridor with a junction point, one corridor leads north to the entrance to the Uptown 6 Avenue F and M trains, going south is immediately a staircase down to the level of the PATH platform where there are a few MVMs and 5 turnstiles onto the platform.
Last Updated: 21 November, 2012