5/30/2016 6:34:06 AM
Notify NYC - Road Closure - Reopened
Notification issued 5/30/16 at 6:34 AM.nbsp; Following an earlier incident, the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway is open in both directions.nbsp; Expect residual delays.
5/30/2016 6:04:04 AM
Notify NYC - Road Closure - Unplanned
Notification issued 5/30/16 at 6:03 AM.nbsp; Due to flooding conditions, all Brooklyn-bound and Queens-bound lanes of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway are closed, in both directions, between Exits 41 and 42.nbsp; Use alternate routes.
5/30/2016 1:47:16 AM
Notify NYC - PATH Train Restoration
Notification issued 5/30/16 at 1:46 AM. Following a prior suspension, PATH Train service has resumed in both directions. Expect residual delays.
5/30/2016 1:35:10 AM
Notify NYC - PATH Train Service Suspension
Notification issued 5/30/16 at 1:32 PM. Due to police activity, PATH Train service is suspended on the Journal Square to 33rd Street via Hoboken line in both directions. Consider alternate routes and allow for additional travel time. For more information, please visit www. http://www.panynj.gov/path.To view this message in multiple languages, including American Sign Language (ASL), please visit http://on.nyc.gov/1IkVmWW.
5/29/2016 3:00:05 PM
Notify NYC - Planned Aircraft Flyover
Notification issued 5/29/16 at 3:00 PM. In conjunction with Fleet Week 2016, various military flyover activities will take place tomorrow, May 30th. At 12:00 PM, The U.S. Navy will conduct a flyover involving four FA - 18's east up the Hudson past the Intrepid, to support the Intrepid Memorial Day Ceremony.At approximately 12:55 PM, U.S. Navy Leap Frogs will conduct a parachute jump into Citi Field in Queens, prior to the NY Mets Game. At approximately 1:00 PM, the U.S. Navy will conduct a flyover involving four FA - 18's prior to the NY Mets Game at Citi Field.At 1:30 PM, The U.S Coast Guard will conduct a search amp; rescue demonstration over the water in the vicinity of Pier 86 - The Intrepid Air amp; Space Museum in Manhattan. Weather permitting, the demonstration will consist of one swimmer exiting a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter to perform a rescue demonstration. For more info, please visit www.fleetweeknewyork.com.To view this message in American Sign Language (ASL), Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, French, Haitian Creole, Italian, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Urdu, or Yiddish, please visit: http://on.nyc.gov/1kdjT4y.