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Port Authority bridges, tunnels, airports, PATH updates

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Service update for the bridges, tunnels, airports and PATH trains owned and operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

Airports

  • LaGuardia Airport opened both runways Thursday at 7:00 a.m. Carriers are providing limited service but are continuing to ramp up operations throughout the day.
  • John F. Kennedy International Airport opened a third runway Thursday and the airport is fully operational. Airlines are continuing to restore full flight schedules; however, flight service will vary by carrier.
  • Newark Liberty International Airport is fully operational and airlines continue to increase service.
  • Teterboro Airport is open for service during daylight hours with both runways operating.
  • Stewart International Airport is operating normally.

Tunnels and Bridges

  • All motorists are urged to avoid driving unless absolutely necessary.
  • The Outerbridge Crossing is open.
  • The George Washington Bridge is open.
  • The Goethals Bridge is open.
  • The Bayonne Bridge is open.
  • The Lincoln Tunnel is open but is HOV 3 only into the city from 5 a.m. to 12 a.m. Thursday and Friday.
  • The Holland Tunnel is closed.

PATH

All PATH service is suspended until further notice.

Port Authority Bus Terminal

Bus carriers serving Port Authority facilities are running very limited service, and many bus carriers have suspended service at this time. Passengers should check with their bus carrier before coming to the bus terminal.

Ports

The Port of New York is open to all tug and barge traffic carrying petroleum products.  New York waterway ferries and taxi service are fully operational on the Hudson and East Rivers.

Gravesend Bay anchorage south of the Verrazano Bridge as well as the anchorage north of the bridge is open and anchorage north of the bride is scheduled to be open later Thursday.

The Hudson River is open to all vessel traffic north of George Washington Bridge.

The Kill Van Kull is open to light tugs.

For updates from PANYNJ, visit http://www.panynj.gov/

For information about safety precautions and best practices for New York State, visit http://www.governor.ny.gov/stormwatch

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