The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced they are pausing the LaGuardia AirTrain at Gov. Hochul’s request as the agency examines alternative mass transit options to the Queens airport.
“The agency will work in close consultation with independent experts and stakeholders, and will complete its work as expeditiously as possible, consistent with the need for the review to be thorough and rigorous,” Port Authority officials saidin a statement. “During the review, the Port Authority will pause further action with respect to the LaGuardia AirTrain project.”
Gov. Hochul had asked the Port Authority on Oct. 4 to consider different visions for the LGA AirTrain other than
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