Want to make the PATH train go express? All you need to do is pick a day in the future when you'll be in a rush and get knocked up nine months in advance. Then, when your water breaks in New Jersey, just make sure commute to the hospital via mass transit, which will snap into high gear in tune with your contractions! At least, that's what we've learned from 31-year-old Rabita Sarker, of Harrison, NJ, who gave birth on the PATH this morning with the help of her husband and another passenger.

Sarker boarded the PATH train at Journal Square, and the crew made the train run express after learning she was in labor. By the time the train pulled into 33rd Street in Manhattan, her husband was holding the child in his arms. Sarker had given birth between the 23rd and 33rd Street stations at 9:49 a.m., according to ABC 7. Fortunately for her, she didn't bring her child into the world on an MTA train, because she would have gotten a summons for putting her feet up.