Press Release Article


Date: Oct 28, 2012
Press Release Number: 152-2012

All public and private bus carriers serving the Port Authority Bus Terminal will suspend service by early Monday morning due to the impending landfall of Hurricane Sandy, the Port Authority announced tonight.

NJ Transit, the primary public bus carrier serving the terminal, will suspend all service as of 2 a.m. Monday. The following private sector carriers will run their last buses at the following times:

  • Academy, 3 a.m., Monday
  • Community Coach, 11 p.m., Sunday
  • Shortline, 1:40 a.m., Monday
  • Rockland Coach (Red and Tan), 12:15 a.m., Monday
  • Suburban, midnight
  • Newark Airport Service, 1 a.m., Monday
  • LGA/JFK Service, 11:45 p.m., Sunday
  • Greyhound, midnight
  • Trailways, 11:30 p.m., Sunday

Port Authority customers should check for updated information about all Port Authority facilities. For information about safety precautions, evacuation routes and best practices for NY State, visit; and for NJ, visit

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