Inclement Weather Service Advisories

Inclement weather may have affected operations at Port Authority facilities.  Please see the tabs below for more information

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Port Authority employees are reminded to check their email and contact the Port Authority Emergency Information Hotline for the most up-to-date information. For more regional traffic information, visit www.511ny.org or www.511nj.org.

  • Storm Prep
  • Airports
  • PATH
  • Tunnels & Bridges
  • Bus Terminals
  • Port

Storm Prep

 

The Port Authority urges travelers to check with their carriers before going to the airport or bus terminals to confirm departure times. The agency also may impose speed restrictions on its crossings if weather conditions warrant.

The Port Authority's winter weather arsenal includes:

  • More than 200 snow and ice equipment at its airports, including melters that can liquefy up to 500 tons of snow an hour and plows that can clear snow at 40 mph;
  • Approximately 60 pieces of snow equipment at the bridges and tunnels, including 28 trucks equipped with plows and spreaders at the George Washington Bridge, the world's busiest vehicular crossing;
  • More than 2,000 tons of salt and more than 1,500 tons of sand for airport roads and parking lots, plus more than 2,000 tons of salt for the bridges and tunnels;
  • Approximately 300,000 gallons of liquid anti-icer chemicals at the airports, which prevent snow and ice from bonding to run ways and taxiways, plus approximately 1,700 tons of solid de-icers, which break up snow and ice already on the ground; and
  • Plow-equipped trains, liquid snow-melting agent trains and a "jet engine" plow to remove snow from tracks, and snow blowers. Plows and spreaders to clear station entrances, roads that serve PATH's 13 stations, and various support facilities.

Airports

 

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JFK

LGA

EWR

SWF

or regional transit information and traffic conditions, please visit the following links for more information:

Entity Website Twitter
511NY www.511ny.org
511NJ www.511nj.org




NJ TRANSIT www.njtransit.com
MTA New York City Transit www.mta.info/nyct/
Amtrak www.amtrak.com/home
NY Governor Andrew Cuomo www.governor.ny.gov/
NJ Governor Chris Christie www.state.nj.us/governor/index.shtml

PATH

 

Passengers are reminded that smoking, eating, drinking, and carrying open food containers and alcoholic beverages on trains and in station areas, is strictly prohibited.

Follow PATH on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/pathtrain

Subscribe to PATHAlerts at http://www.paalerts.com/usersubscribe.aspx to receive cell phone or e-mail notifications of incidents or events that may delay your trip on PATH.

Have trips on your PATH SmartLink card refilled automatically. Sign up for Automatic Replenishment online: http://www.pathsmartlinkcard.com/AutomaticReplenishment.html

For regional transit information and traffic conditions, please visit the following links for more information:

Entity Website Twitter
511NY www.511ny.org
511NJ www.511nj.org




NJ TRANSIT www.njtransit.com
MTA New York City Transit www.mta.info/nyct/
Amtrak www.amtrak.com/home
NY Governor Andrew Cuomo www.governor.ny.gov/
NJ Governor Chris Christie www.state.nj.us/governor/index.shtml

Tunnels & Bridges

George Washington Bridge

Lincoln Tunnel

Holland Tunnel

Bayonne Bridge

Goethals Bridge

Outerbridge Crossing

For real-time status information, subscribe to Tunnel & Bridge Alerts - http://btt.paalerts.com/usersubscribe.aspx

For regional transit and traffic conditions, please visit www.511ny.org or www.511nj.org.

For regional transit information and traffic conditions, please visit the following links for more information:

Entity Website Twitter
511NY www.511ny.org
511NJ www.511nj.org




NJ TRANSIT www.njtransit.com
MTA New York City Transit www.mta.info/nyct/
Amtrak www.amtrak.com/home
NY Governor Andrew Cuomo www.governor.ny.gov/
NJ Governor Chris Christie www.state.nj.us/governor/index.shtml

Bus Terminals

 

For real-time status information, subscribe to Bus Terminal Alerts - http://bus.paalerts.com/usersubscribe.aspx

Port Authority Bus Terminal (PABT)

George Washington Bridge Bus Station (GWBBS)

Journal Square Transportation Center (JSTC)

For regional transit information and traffic conditions, please visit the following links for more information:

Entity Website Twitter
511NY www.511ny.org
511NJ www.511nj.org




NJ TRANSIT www.njtransit.com
MTA New York City Transit www.mta.info/nyct/
Amtrak www.amtrak.com/home
NY Governor Andrew Cuomo www.governor.ny.gov/
NJ Governor Chris Christie www.state.nj.us/governor/index.shtml

Port

Inclement Weather

Sunday, 02/01/2015, 2:00 p.m.

All Marine Terminals in the Port of New York and New Jersey will have a delayed opening at 10:00 AM on Monday, February 2nd. There is a great deal of uncertainty with this particular storm so it is subject to change. An update will be provided after 6:00 AM. In order to facilitate snow removal and salting operations, there will be no truck queuing permitted until after 9:30 AM. As a reminder, in order to keep traffic flowing on the roadways and for the safety of everyone, there will be no queuing on the public roadways. Truckers should plan accordingly and plan to stagger their arrival after 10:00 AM to help limit potential congestion.

 

For real-time port status information, operation changes, service disruptions, terminal closures, and traffic conditions, subscribe to PortNYNJAlerts: http://paalerts.com/default_Port.aspx

For regional transit information and traffic conditions, please visit the following links for more information:

Entity Website Twitter
511NY www.511ny.org
511NJ www.511nj.org




NJ TRANSIT www.njtransit.com
MTA New York City Transit www.mta.info/nyct/
Amtrak www.amtrak.com/home
NY Governor Andrew Cuomo www.governor.ny.gov/
NJ Governor Chris Christie www.state.nj.us/governor/index.shtml

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