Tunnels, Bridges & Terminals

If you don't fly into New York City, then you will be arriving via one of our tunnels or bridges. Tunnel, bridge and terminal access to New York City are all managed by just two large agencies: MTA Bridges and Tunnels and the Port Authority of New Yo... more

If you don't fly into New York City, then you will be arriving via one of our tunnels or bridges. Tunnel, bridge and terminal access to New York City are all managed by just two large agencies: MTA Bridges and Tunnels and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. These agencies work hard to provide commuters hassle-free journeys and up-to-date information. There is also a friendly informal rivalry between the agencies over whose job is bigger. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey The Port Authority manages the bulk of the bi-state transportation system between New York and New Jersey. One of the most heavily-used systems in the country, this network of tunnels, bridges, and terminals at the heart of the region's commercial infrastructure moved more than 248 million vehicles in 2003. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey operates the following five facilities as well as three Staten Island bridges: Holland Tunnel Lincoln Tunnel George Washington Bridge George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal Port Authority Bus Terminal Bayonne Bridge Goethals Bridge Outerbridge Crossing MTA Bridges and Tunnels Largest among the nation's bridge and ... more

If you don't fly into New York City, then you will be arriving via one of our tunnels or bridges. Tunnel, bridge and terminal access to New York City are all managed by just two large agencies: MTA Bridges and Tunnels and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. These agencies work hard to provide commuters hassle-free journeys and up-to-date information. There is also a friendly informal rivalry between the agencies over whose job is bigger.

Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
The Port Authority manages the bulk of the bi-state transportation system between New York and New Jersey. One of the most heavily-used systems in the country, this network of tunnels, bridges, and terminals at the heart of the region's commercial infrastructure moved more than 248 million vehicles in 2003. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey operates the following five facilities as well as three Staten Island bridges:


MTA Bridges and Tunnels
Largest among the nation's bridge and tunnel toll authorities in terms of traffic volume, MTA Bridges and Tunnels serves more than a million people daily in the New York metropolitan area. As a constituent agency of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), its dual role is to operate seven bridges and two tunnels and to provide surplus toll revenues to help support public transit. Its facilities are the:

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