Bus Terminal Replacement Planning

View the Port Authority of NY & NJ Planning-Level Scoping Document here.

Submit comments to the Port Authority of NY & NJ Planning-Level Scoping Document here.

Overview: The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (PANYNJ) is proposing to replace the existing Port Authority Bus Terminal (PABT) and associated facilities, including terminal and ramps (the “Proposed Project” or “Replacement Project”). The replacement PABT is anticipated to be completed by 2030.

The PABT facility, located on the West Side of Manhattan, was first opened for service in 1950 and last underwent major expansion in 1981. The growth in the number of buses and passengers using the PABT facility has been robust.

Planning-Level Scoping Process: This planning-level scoping process is the public’s formal opportunity to comment on the proposed project, its purpose and need, the screening of alternatives, and the approach to assessing project impacts. A variety of outreach activities are planned to engage public stakeholders. (See “Planning-Level Scoping Process”)

As part of the current planning-level scoping, PANYNJ will continue coordination with Federal Transit Administration (FTA) in regard to entering into a formal National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) environmental review.


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