Starting Sunday, May 8, 2016, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will begin a two-year, estimated $9.7 million project to the repair the air supply ports inside the Holland Tunnel.
The work will include repairs to concrete, ensuring a state of good repair.
To accommodate construction work, overnight single tunnel lane closures may be required in both directions, beginning Sunday, May 8, 2016, and continuing through June 2018. For the latest updates on these closures, register for Holland Tunnel alerts at www.PAalerts.com.
One eastbound lane (to NY) closed:
One westbound lane (to NJ) closed:
Sunday through Thursday Overnight
New Jersey-bound Holland Tunnel traffic, especially at the intersections of Varick and Watts Street, Varick and Broome Street, and Hudson and Canal Street approaches in Manhattan, could experience some heavy congestion during weeknight lane closures. Port Authority Police will be on hand to direct traffic. Motorists may want to consider alternate routes during these times.
Saturday and Sunday Morning
Minor traffic delays are expected weekend mornings, in both the New Jersey-bound and New York-bound directions.
Work being performed will ensure continued performance of the Holland Tunnel’s ventilation system.
Visit our Weekly Traffic Advisory (www.panynj.gov/TrafficAdvisory) for the latest updates on lane closures related to construction work.
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