The Riverwalk 9-11 Monument displays a rail segment from the tracks of the PATH (Port Authority Trans-Hudson) rapid transit station that was located at the World Trade Center.
After picking up the last passengers on September 11, 2001 at 9:10 a.m., the station was buried under the rubble of the collapsed towers. The monument displays the rail in an uplifted position supported by granite pillars, which symbolize the solid bedrock of Manhattan that supports its massive buildings.
The monument is located on the north side of the New River near SW 1st Ave and Las Olas Blvd – Essentially behind The Wharf and Society high rise apartment building, along the Riverwalk. It was installed in 2020 and serves as a longstanding tribute to the victims and first responders of that tragic day.