Step in, stop by.
After years of delays, the first phase of the renovated George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal project is finally set to open.
According to the developers, the renovated waiting area will be open to passengers on Tues., May 16. The enclosed, climate-controlled section features ticket windows, a large video screen listing bus departures and an interactive touch screen so users review transit schedules.
Though retail and commercial spaces remain under construction, commuters can enter the waiting area through large glass doors on Fort Washington Avenue between 178th and 179th Streets, and are now able to access buses using escalators and elevators.
Read more: EXCLUSIVE: First look inside the newly renovated George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal | Manhattan Times
A Renovation Goes On, and On, at Manhattan’s Other Bus Station | NY Times
Exclusive: Port Authority mum as George Washington Bridge bus terminal renovation blows December deadline | Metro US
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Irene DevineMay 20, 2017 at 1:57 pm
Beautiful building built on area once referred to as “The Plaza” Spent many hours roller skating there and in earlier days, feeding the pigeons!