What Roads, Bridges and Transit Services Are Open and Still Closed

By Carla Zanoni on October 31, 2012 11:52am 

NEW YORK CITY — As New Yorkers struggle to get their lives back to normal after Hurricane Sandy, DNAinfo.com New York is keeping track of the constant changes affecting travel throughout the five-boroughs.

MASS TRANSIT

Closed:

  •     MTA subway service.
  •     PATH trains
  •     New Jersey Transit
  •     Staten Island Ferry

Open:

  •     MTA buses are running, but riders reported delays and overcrowding. Riders do not pay to ride.
  •     Hudson River ferry service from New Jersey to the World Financial Center
  •     LIRR and Metro-North limited service at 2 p.m. Wednesday


AIRPORTS

The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey urges passengers to contact their airlines before heading to the airports to make sure flights are still scheduled. Terminals have limited food and concessions and passengers should plan accordingly.

Closed:

  •     LaGuardia Airport remains closed due to flooding.


Open:

  •     Newark Airport
  •     John F. Kennedy airport is expected to return to limited service Wednesday afternoon. AirTrain remains out of service, but the Port Authority is operating buses to serve all airline terminals and bus stops, including Jamaica and Howard Beach stations. Parking lots have many spaces available.

 

HIGHWAYS

Open:

  •     The Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge
  •     The West Side Highway
  •     Harlem River Drive
  •     FDR Drive northbound from the Battery to Dyckman Street and southbound from East 125th Street to the Brooklyn Bridge.


BRIDGES

Open:

  •     The George Washington Bridge
  •     Goethals Bridge
  •     Bayonne Bridge
  •     Outerbridge Crossing
  •     Cross Bay bridges
  •     Outerbridge Crossing
  •     Verrazano-Narrows Bridge

TUNNELS

Closed:

  •     Holland Tunnel
  •     Midtown Tunnel
  •     Brooklyn Battery/Hugh Carey Tunnel


Open:
 

  •     Lincoln Tunnel

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