THE PORT AUTHORITY OF NY & NJ
Press Release Article
SNOW ALERT FOR PORT AUTHORITY AIRPORTS, BRIDGES, TUNNELS, BUS TERMINAL AND PATH
Date: Feb 18, 2003
Press Release Number: 18-2003
With operations returning to normal at the Port Authority\'s transportation facilities following the President\'s Day blizzard, here is the outlook for tomorrow morning.
The three major airports -- LaGuardia, John F. Kennedy International, and Newark Liberty International -- are open and fully operational. Airlines are working to restore their normal schedules. Air traffic in the NY/NJ region is expected to gradually return to normal over the next two days as the airlines move equipment into position and work to meet pent-up demand.
Teterboro Airport is open.
Bridges and Tunnels:
The Port Authority crossings -- the Lincoln and Holland Tunnels, the George Washington Bridge, and the Port Authority\'s Staten Island Bridges are all open and roadways are in good condition for tomorrow morning\'s
commute. Speed restrictions of 25 mph are still in place at the Goethals Bridge, Outerbridge Crossing and Bayonne Bridge.
Port Authority Bus Terminal:
The Bus Terminal is open. Bus service continues to return to normal levels, with some delays. Customers should check with carriers for available service.
PATH trains will operate on a normal weekday schedule tomorrow morning from Newark to 33rd Street, from Journal Square to Hoboken, and from Hoboken to 33rd Street.