Press Release Article


Date: Sep 11, 2015
Press Release Number: 135-2015

Free shuttle bus service will be provided to minimize impacts to travelers

Beginning at 10 p.m. on Saturday, September 12, AirTrain JFK service will be completely shut down until 7 a.m. Sunday, September 13 for scheduled system wide maintenance work, weather permitting. The Port Authority will provide free shuttle buses from AirTrain JFK stations - Jamaica, Howard Beach, Lefferts Boulevard and Federal Circle – and all airline terminals and parking lots. Additional JFK Customer Care Representatives and other Port Authority staff will be on duty to provide information for passengers during the train suspension.

Passengers and airport employees are advised to allow extra time when traveling to and from John F. Kennedy International Airport during this period. Shuttle service will transport passengers to and from the following stops:

Jamaica Station - Federal Circle

Federal Circle - Central Terminal Area, making stops at all terminals; buses will not stop along service road stops

Federal Circle – Lefferts Boulevard /Kiss and Fly lot; buses will not stop along the way

Long-term Parking Lot 9 (canopy route/Lefferts Boulevard) - Central Terminal Area; buses will not stop at Federal Circle or along service road stops

Central Terminal Area Loop, making stops at all terminals

For further updates on AirTrain JFK and other Port Authority airport travel advisories, please check or call (888) JFK-INFO (535-4636).

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