Independent panel recommends improved bus service to LaGuardia Airport in lieu of proposed AirTrain

A three-member independent panel of expert transportation leaders has recommended that LaGuardia Airport not build its long-anticipated AirTrain. Today, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey released “Options for Mass Transit Solutions to LGA,” a lengthy report from the independent panel, assembled in late 2021 at the request of Governor Kathy Hochul, that recommends improving existing bus routes to LaGuardia and adding new ones.

The idea to have a light rail system connecting LaGuardia airport to Willets Point in Queens has been floated around for years. Several of the initial plans for the recently revamped-LaGuardia Airport included the means of transportation in

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