Press Release Article


Date: Feb 13, 2019
Press Release Number: 21-2019

Free Q70 service will provide convenient connection for travelers to New York City subways and the Long Island Railroad

The Port Authority and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) will offer free LaGuardia Link Q70 buses from 12:01 a.m. Friday, February 15 through 11:59 p.m. Monday, February 18. The service is aimed at encouraging use of mass transit and efficiently moving passengers to and from the airport during the busy Presidents Day holiday weekend.

With nearly 350,000 passengers expected to use LaGuardia this holiday weekend, a comprehensive Port Authority traffic management plan has been developed in partnership with the MTA to meet higher-than-normal traveler demand.

The LaGuardia Link provides non-stop service connecting the main terminals of the airport (Terminals B, C and D) with New York City subway and Long Island Railroad transit hubs in Jackson Heights and Woodside, Queens.

Additionally, the M60 Select Bus Service will continue to provide service from Manhattan to Terminal A on its route for both pick-ups and drop-offs, while continuing its current service to Terminals B, C and D.

Travelers are urged to contact their carriers on flight status and access updated traffic information prior to leaving for the airport, while allowing extra time to get to and from the airport.

Airport traffic conditions are regularly updated and communicated via @LGAairport on Twitter and Additional tips for passengers and motorists can be found on the airport’s website at

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