Press Release Article


Date: Oct 30, 2012
Press Release Number: 169-2012

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey reports the following update on conditions at its transportation facilities
as of 6 a.m.:


John F. Kennedy International, Newark Liberty International, LaGuardia and Teterboro airports are closed.

Stewart International Airport is open. However, air carriers have suspended operations until further notice. Passengers are urged to confirm with their individual carriers that their flights are operating before traveling to the airports.

Rail service on AirTrain JFK and AirTrain Newark is suspended until further notice.

Tunnels and Bridges

The Lincoln Tunnel is open.

The Holland Tunnel is closed under further notice.

The George Washington Bridge, Goethals Bridge, Bayonne Bridge and Outerbridge Crossing are closed until further notice.


All PATH service is suspended until further notice.

Port Authority Bus Terminal

All public and private bus service is suspended until further notice.


The Port Authority's maritime facilities are closed until further notice.

Travelers are reminded to check for updated information about PATH, the airports, the tunnels and bridges, and all other Port Authority facilities. For further information about safety precautions, evacuation routes and best practices for New York State, visit For New Jersey, visit

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