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    The effects of moderate exercise training on psychological well-being and mood state in women

    The relationship between moderate exercise training (five 45 min sessions/week, brisk walking at 62 beta +/- 2% VO2max for 15 weeks, psychological well-being and mood state was investigated in a group of 35 sedentary, mildly obese women. A 2 (exercise (EX) (N = 18), and nonexercise (NEX) (N = 17) groups) x 3 (baseline, 6-week, 15-week testing sessions) factorial design was used with data analyzed using repeated measures ANOVA. Four psychological tests were administered: Daily Hassles Scale (DHS), General Well-being Schedule (GWB), Spielberger State Anxiety Inventory (S-Anxiety), and Profile of Mood States (POMS). The EX and NEX groups had significantly different patterns of change over time for GWB total scores [F(2,66) = 5.72, p = 0.005] and the GWB subscales 'energy level' and 'freedom from health concern or worry'. Scores for the EX group were elevated at both 6 and 15 weeks. General well-being total scores and subscale 'energy level' scores were significantly correlated with improvement in submaximal cardiorespiratory fitness (r = -0.41, p = 0.014; r = -0.40, p = 0.017, respectively). Exercise training also had a significant effect on frequency but not intensity of DHS scores, and S-Anxiety, with a significant decrease seen in the EX group at 6 weeks but not 15 weeks. Profile of Mood States scores were not significantly related to exercise training. These data support the results of other studies that have reported improvement in general psychological well-being with exercise training.

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    Yankee Stadium

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    Yankee Stadium, located at 161st Street in the Bronx, is home to the legendary New York Yankees baseball team. It is easily accessible by two subway lines that can be reached from all parts of the city and across the region.

     

    From Manhattan

    By Subway

    The easiest ways to Yankee Stadium by subway are the B subwayD subway from the West Side or the 4 subway from the East Side to 161 St-Yankee Stadium.

    Major transfer points for the B subwayD subway are:

    Major transfer points for the 4 subway are:

    By Bus

    The Bx6 bus operates on 155th Street in Manhattan before crossing the McCombs Dam Bridge and arriving at Yankee Stadium. You can transfer to the Bx6 from the 1 subway train at 157 St and along 155th Street from the

    • M4, M5 buses at Broadway
    • M 100, M101 at Amsterdam Avenue
    • M3, M18 at St. Nicholas Avenue
    • M2 at Edgecomb Avenue or Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard

    The Bx13 bus operates in Manhattan from the George Washington Bridge Bus Station to Yankee Stadium. In Manhattan, you can transfer to the Bx13 from the 1 subway train at 181 St and from the:

    • M5, M98, M100 at the George Washington Bridge Bus Stations
    • M3 at 181st Street and St Nicholas Avenue
    • M101 at Amsterdam Avenue

    By Train

    Take Metro-North Railroad to the new Yankees-East 153rd Street Station; there's direct weekend-game service from the Hudson, Harlem, and New Haven Lines, as well as weekday service, and shuttle trains from Grand Central. Click here for details.

    Travel times to Yankee Stadium from Manhattan
       By train from Grand Central — 15 minutes
       By subway from the Financial District — 40 min
       By subway from 125 Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard — 15 min
       By bus from George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal — 35 min

     

    From the Bronx

    By Subway

    From the Bronx, the easiest ways to Yankee Stadium by subway are the B subwayD subway from Norwood or Bedford Park or the 4 subway from the Woodlawn to 161 St-Yankee Stadium. You can transfer to the 4 subway from the 2 subway5 subway at 149 St-Grand Concourse and from the 6 subway at 125 St in Manhattan.

    By Bus

    Three buses provide service to Yankee Stadium: the Bx6 and Bx13 go directly to the stadium and the Bx1 stops one block away on Grand Concourse.

    You can transfer to the Bx6 from the

    • Bx1 at Grand Concourse
    • Bx32 at Morris Avenue
    • Bx2, Bx41 at Melrose Avenue
    • Bx15, Bx21, Bx55 at 3rd Avenue
    • Bx17 at Prospect Avenue
    • Bx4 at Westchester Av
    • Bx19 at Southern Blvd
    • Bx5 at Bruckner Blvd
    • 6 subway at Hunts Point Av
    • 2 subway5 subway at Intervale Av

    You can transfer to the Bx13 from the Bx11 at West 168th Street and from the Bx3, Bx35, Bx36 at University Avenue

    Along the Grand Concourse, you can transfer to the Bx1 from the 1 subway line at 181 St and from the:

    • Bx33 at East 138 Street
    • Bx2 at East 165th Street
    • Bx35 at East 167th Street
    • Bx11, Bx18 at East 170 Street
    • Bx36 at East Tremont Avenue
    • Bx40,Bx42 at East Burnside Avenue
    • Bx12 at Fordham Road
    • Bx9,Bx25,Bx28 at East Kingsbridge Road
    • Bx25,Bx26 at Bedford Park Boulevard

    And from the

    • Bx34 at Valentine Avenue or Bainbridge Avenue at 194th Street
    • Bx10,Bx28 at Mosholu Parkway and Jerome Avenue
    • Bx2,Bx3 at Fort Independence Street
    • Bx9 at Broadway and 231st Street
    • Bx7,Bx10,Bx20 at West 231st Street and Kingsbridge Avenue

    Travel times to Yankee Stadium from the Bronx
       By subway from Norwood-205 St — 25 min
       By subway from Wakefield-241 St — 45 min

     

    From Brooklyn

    By Subway

    From Brooklyn, the easiest ways to Yankee Stadium by subway are the B subway from Brighton Beach, D subway from Coney Island, or 4 subway from the Crown Heights to the 161 St-Yankee Stadium station

    In Brooklyn, you can transfer to B subwayD subway4 subway service from the N subwayR subway2 subway3 subway5 subway at the Atlantic Av-Barclays Center station.

    Many other trains in Brooklyn can take you to transfer points to the B subwayD subway in Manhattan, including:

    You can transfer to the 4 subway in Manhattan from:

    By Bus

    Brooklyn express buses that operate on Madison Avenue to Grand Central are the X28,X29,BM2, and BM3. From Grand Central take the 4 subway to 161 St-Yankee Stadium. Return service on the express bus lines is on 5th Avenue.

    Travel time to Yankee Stadium from Brooklyn
       By subway from Atlantic Av-Pacific St — 50 min
       By subway from Coney Island — 90 min

     

    From Queens

    By Subway

    There is no direct subway service from Queens to Yankee Stadium, but many Queens subway lines connect to stadium-bound service.

    Major transfer points to the 4 subway are:

    If you are willing to travel a little further into Manhattan, you can get to the B subwayD subway from the E subway at 7 Av or the F subway at 47-50 Sts/Rockefeller Ctr.

    Neither is a cross-platform transfer; you have to cross over to change direction.

    By Bus

    The QM1,QM1A,QM2,QM2A,QM4 express buses from Queens travel into Manhattan travel along 34th Street. From there you can take the B subwayD subway to the 161 St-Yankee Stadium station.

    By Commuter Rail

    If you take the LIRR to Penn Station from Queens, you can transfer to the B subwayD subway at 34 St-Herald Sq, a block away at 6th Avenue, for service to 161 St-Yankee Stadium.

    Travel times to Yankee Stadium from Queens
       By subway from Jamaica-179 St — 60 min
       By subway from Flushing-Main St — 60 min
       By LIRR and subway from Jamaica Station — 65 min

     

    From Staten Island

    By Subway

    Take any St. George-bound bus or the Staten Island Railway to the Staten Island Ferry. Yankee Stadium is a single subway ride on the 4 subway from Bowling Green station, which is two blocks from the Staten Island Ferry in Lower Manhattan.

    By Bus

    You can take the X10, X17 express buses to Madison Avenue at 41st Street in midtown Manhattan and transfer to 4 subway service at Grand Central to the 161 St-Yankee Stadium station. From the X1, you can exit the bus at its first stop in Manhattan at Battery Place and walk one block to the Bowling Green 4 subway subway station for direct service to 161 St-Yankee Stadium or continue on the bus to 34th Street and 6th Avenue where you can take the B subwayD subway from 34 St-Herald Square to 161 St-Yankee stadium. All three buses provide return service along 5th Avenue.

    Travel time to Yankee Stadium
       By subway from Bowling Green — 40 min
       By subway from 34 St-Herald Sq — 35 min

     

    From Long Island

    The Long Island Rail Road to Penn Station is the easiest way to connect to Yankee Stadium service. Walk one block east to 34 St-Herald Sq and take the B subwayD subway subway line to 161 St-Yankee Stadium.

    Travel time to Yankee Stadium from Long Island depends on your departure point. Check Long Island Rail Road schedules and add 35 minutes for travel from 34 St-Herald Sq to 161 St-Yankee Stadium .

     

    From the Northern Suburbs

    Take Metro-North Railroad to its new Yankees-East 153rd Street Station; there's direct weekend-game service from the Hudson, Harlem, and New Haven Lines, as well as weekday service, and shuttle trains from Grand Central. Click here for details.

     

    From New Jersey

    All New York City-bound New Jersey Transit and Amtrak trains go to Penn Station-New York, which is underneath Madison Square Garden. Take the Queens-bound E subway train to 7th avenue and transfer to the B subwayD subway subway line to 161 St-Yankee Stadium. Or walk one block east to 34 St-Herald Sq and take the B subwayD subway subway line to 161 St-Yankee Stadium.

    Travel time to Yankee Stadium from Orange and Rockland counties and New Jersey depends on your departure point. Check Metro-North and New Jersey Transit schedules for availability and add an additional 35 minutes for the subway trip from 34 St-Herald Sq to 161 St-Yankee Stadium

     

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    I need to pick up my cousin from college Tuesday morning at Fordham University. I have done the trip many times the past two semesters so I know how bad traffic can be. But, I have never done the morning rush hour. I need to be there around 8am. What is traffic like in Patterson to the GWB around 730am? Right at Patterson is where traffic starts to become an issue for me on week days when I visit her. So I'm thinking of leaving Scranton,PA at 515am, would that get me over the bridge at 730am without hitting rush hour? Or should I leave a little earlier?

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    moderate to Bad , very thick ......doesn't ease out till 8.30 or 9am....This is why we need a Train to Scranton LOL
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    moderate to Bad , very thick ......doesn't ease out till 8.30 or 9am....This is why we need a Train to Scranton LOL
    What time does the major backup start. If needed I will leave 430am and be at the bridge by 615am, but that seems a little to early for the bridge to be crowded.
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    Old05-17-2010, 12:35 AM
     

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    What time does the major backup start. If needed I will leave 430am and be at the bridge by 615am, but that seems a little to early for the bridge to be crowded.

    As early as 5 or 6am depends on the day , if you knew your way around , you could take surface streets to get around the traffic. There are 2 entrances that only locals know about , they can save you up to 1hr hr at the max.
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    The problem is this: if you are just 15 min later, it could wind up costing you an hour in travel time. From the reports I hear in the AMs, sometimes the bridge is already in relatively heavy traffic by 6 am. Why do you have to be there at 8 am - later would be better

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    The problem is this: if you are just 15 min later, it could wind up costing you an hour in travel time. From the reports I hear in the AMs, sometimes the bridge is already in relatively heavy traffic by 6 am. Why do you have to be there at 8 am - later would be better

    My cousins last final is at 8am and I'd like to have the whole room moved out by the time the test is over so we can get out of town. Looks like I'll leave at 4:45 and risk it.
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    Have you considered taking the Tappan Zee bridge instead? It's a little out of the way but might save you some time - just head down I-87 after crossing the bridge. I have never driven it during rush hour but I would think it would be lighter traffic than the GW. Another option would be to take I-84 from Scranton over to the Bear Mountain bridge and then come down I-684.

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    Have you considered taking the Tappan Zee bridge instead? It's a little out of the way but might save you some time - just head down I-87 after crossing the bridge. I have never driven it during rush hour but I would think it would be lighter traffic than the GW. Another option would be to take I-84 from Scranton over to the Bear Mountain bridge and then come down I-684.

    I have done both of those options, going either of those ways add extra miles and the times would probably equal out. Traveling over the Tappan Zee and the going down the Bronx river parkway will probably add 40 minutes, and probably an extra hour to take 684 since its farther out of the way. So they would both just about equal the GW. I'm willing to risk leaving here at 4:40/4:45 and maybe hit traffic at 6:25/6:30 at the GW.
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    Transportation

    Glen Ridge offers a wide variety of transportation options.

    Trains & Buses

    NJ Transit and DeCamp buses to and from the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan and Penn Station in Newark are available on a frequent basis at convenient locations from early in the morning until late at night.

    Commuters by NJ Transit train can arrive in mid-town Manhattan in forty minutes. Weekday train service to Penn Station in New York and to Hoboken is available at the Ridgewood Avenue Train Station. Limited weekend service is provided as well.

    Jitney Service

    Glen Ridge provides commuters with Jitney service to the Ridgewood Avenue Train Station. Details and schedule information can be found here.

    The Borough is close to all major highways and modes of transportation. Interstate 80, Route 46, and Route 3 pass to the north; Interstate 280 passes to the south; and the Garden State Parkway and Route 21 to the east. These major roads provide easy access to the Lincoln and Holland Tunnels, the George Washington Bridge, Newark Airport and the New Jersey Turnpike.

    NJ Transit

    DeCamp Bus Lines

    Источник: https://www.glenridgenj.org/transportation.htm

    George Washington Bridge Bus Station

    New York City commuter bus terminal

    Coordinates: 40°50′56″N73°56′18″W / 40.84889°N 73.93833°W / 40.84889; -73.93833

    The George Washington Bridge Bus Station is a commuterbus terminal located at the east end of the George Washington Bridge in the Washington Heights area of Manhattan in New York City, New York. The bus station is owned and operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. On a typical weekday, approximately 20,000 passengers on about 1,000 buses use the station.[1]

    The building, an example of 1960s urban renewal, has been described as a blight on its surrounding environment[2] and "a brutal assault on the senses".[3] Its upper-level bus ramps cross Fort Washington Avenue, blocking light and the view of the George Washington Bridge.

    Major renovations, including an expansion of retail space from 30,000 to 120,000 square feet (3,000 to 11,000 m2), began in late 2013 and were expected to cost more than US$183 million. Although scheduled to be completed in early 2015, the renovated station reopened on May 16, 2017, two years behind schedule, $17 million over budget, and still unfinished.[4][5][6]

    Description[edit]

    Aerial view of station and I-95

    The station is built over the Trans-Manhattan Expressway (Interstate 95) between 178th and 179th Streets and Fort Washington and Wadsworth Avenues, and features direct bus ramps on and off the upper level of the bridge.

    The building was designed by noted Italian engineer Pier Luigi Nervi and is one of only a few buildings he designed outside of Italy.[7] It opened January 13, 1963 as a replacement for a series of sidewalk bus loading areas that existed between 166th and 167th streets further south.[8] The building is constructed of huge steel-reinforced concretetrusses, fourteen of which are cantilevered from supports in the median of the Trans-Manhattan Expressway, which it straddles. The building contains murals as well as busts of George Washington and Othmar Amman, the civil engineer who designed the bridge. The building received the 1963 Concrete Industry Board’s Award.[9]

    The building's roof trusses have been described as resembling butterflies,[10] as seen in aerial views. The entire facility is wheelchair-accessible.[11]

    The renovated waiting room (June 2018)
    Renovated bus boarding area with display screens (November 2017)

    Renovation[edit]

    A renovation of the terminal began in late 2013, after years of delays. It was expected to cost US$183 million. The project was a partnership between the Port Authority and a private company known as GWBBS Development Venture, LLC. Tutor Perini received a $100 million construction contract in August 2013.

    The renovated building was to be improved with better access to local subway stops, displays of bus departure and arrival times, central air conditioning, and full ADA-compliant accessibility to those with disabilities. It will increase retail space from 30,000 to 120,000 square feet (3,000 to 11,000 m2), with large tenants like Marshalls, Key Food, and Blink Fitness.[5][12]

    The renovated station reopened on May 16, 2017, two years behind schedule, $17 million over budget, and still unfinished.[5][6][13][14] The contractor Tutor Perini has filed a $120 million lawsuit against the Port Authority over "delays and cost overruns" incurred on the project.[15]

    The station seen from the western approach in 2006

    Subway connection[edit]

    The complex is served by the 175th Street station of the New York City Subway. The station is on Fort Washington Avenue with entrances at 175th Street and 177th Street, the latter one block south of the bus station.[16] The subway station, operated by the New York City Transit Authority and served by the A train,[17] was part of the Independent Subway System (IND)'s first line, the IND Eighth Avenue Line, which opened in 1932.[18] A pedestrian tunnel, maintained by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, links the bus terminal to the subway station. This tunnel is closed at night.[19]

    The bus station is also within walking distance of the 181st Street station of the same line, and the 181st StreetIRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line station on the 1 train.[17]

    Bus service[edit]

    On September 20, 2017, Greyhound announced that it would be providing service to the station starting September 27, while keeping the Port Authority Bus Terminal as its primary New York City location.[20]

    As of 2020[update], the bus lines detailed below serve the terminal for the New York City Transit Authority, New Jersey Transit, and Coach USA (Rockland Coaches and Short Line).[21] Service is also provided by Spanish Transportation with its Express Service jitneys.[22] Additionally, some OurBus routes serve the George Washington Bridge Bus Station.[23][24]

    MTA Regional Bus Operations[edit]

    Ten local MTA Regional Bus Operations routes stop at a lower level and on the streets outside the station. The M4 stops on Fort Washington Avenue, while the M5, M100 and Bx7 stop on Broadway. The M98, Bx3, Bx11, Bx13, Bx35 and Bx36 stop on 178th and 179th Streets between Fort Washington Avenue and Broadway. All routes are ADA-accessible.[25][26]

    Route Terminal via notes
    M4The Cloisters or Fort Tryon Park (north)
    Fifth Avenue/32nd Street, Koreatown (south)
    Broadway and Fifth AvenueBus only runs to the Cloisters when the museum is open; it only runs to Fort Tryon Park at all other times.
    M5Broadway/31st Street, Garment DistrictRiverside Drive, Fifth Avenue, and Broadway
    M98 LTDFort Tryon Park (north)
    68th Street/Lexington Avenue (south)
    Harlem River Drive and Lexington AvenueBus only runs during rush hours.
    M100West 220th Street/Broadway, Inwood (north)
    East 125th Street/First Avenue, East Harlem (south)
    Broadway and Amsterdam Avenues
    Bx3238th Street station, Riverdale, BronxUniversity Avenue
    Bx7West 263rd Street/Riverdale Avenue, Riverdale, Bronx (north)
    168th Street station (south)
    Broadway, Johnson Avenue, Henry Hudson Parkway
    Bx11Simpson Street station, Longwood, Bronx170th Street
    Bx13Bronx Terminal Market (extended to Third Avenue/163rd Street, rush hours) Ogden Avenue and Yankee Stadium
    Bx35Simpson Street station, Longwood, Bronx167th/169th Streets
    Bx36Olmstead Avenue/Seaward Avenue, Castle Hill, Bronx174th/180th Streets

    New Jersey Transit[edit]

    See also: List of NJ Transit bus routes (100–199)

    Route Terminal via notes

    171

    Paterson Broadway Bus TerminalGWB Plaza
    Route 4
    Spanish Transportation operates jitneys along similar route to Paterson

    175

    Ridgewood Bus TerminalGWB Plaza
    New Jersey Route 4
    Hackensack, Paramus, Rochelle Park
    some trips do not stop at
    Bergen Community College

    178

    Hackensack Bus TerminalGWB Plaza, New Jersey Route 4
    Grand Avenue, Teaneck Armory, Englewood Avenue
    Englewood/Teaneck (northern route) variant of Route 182

    181

    Bergenline Ave. StationGWB Plaza, Palisade Avenue, Bergenline AvenueLimited peak and evening service Monday-Saturday. Other times, use Spanish Transportation route, which runs down Bergenline Avenue and continues to Jersey City.

    182

    Hackensack Bus TerminalGWB Plaza, Fort Lee Road, DeGraw AvenueLeonia/Teaneck/Bogota (southern route) variant of 178

    186

    DumontGWB Plaza, Sylvan Avenue, Palisades Avenue, Teaneck Road

    188

    West New YorkGWB Plaza, via River Road Edgewater
    60 Street at Kennedy Boulevard
    Limited weekend service

    Coach USA[edit]

    Rockland Coaches[edit]

    Route Terminals via
    9A & 9AT New City (9A and 9W)
    (full-time)
    Central Nyack (9W) or Stony Point (9)
    (peak service only)
    Sylvan Avenue, Oak Tree Road, Piermont Avenue/River Road, Broadway, Nyack Turnpike (Central Nyack trips only) Lake Road, Main Street, Route 9W (Stony Point is served on select rush-hour trips)

    Short Line Bus[edit]

    Route Service Terminals Serving Notes

    208

    PM peak Montgomery, NY
    Route 211 and Clinton Street
    Washingtonville, Monroe, Central Valley, Ridgewood, NJ
    AM peak East Side, Manhattan
    23rd Street and 2nd Avenue
    Manhattan neighborhoods:
    Washington Heights, Harlem, East Harlem, Yorkville, Upper East Side, Turtle Bay, Murray Hill, Kips Bay.
    • Route owned by the New York State DOT.
    • Does not serve GWB Bus Station and GWB Bridge Plaza.

    See also[edit]

    References[edit]

    1. ^Vanterpool, Veronica (July 6, 2011). "New Life For GW Bridge Bus Station Overhaul". Tri-State Transportation Campaign. Retrieved July 15, 2011.
    2. ^Rizzo, Chris. "Port Authority Renovation Will Begin...Soon". Hudson Heights Gazette. Retrieved August 24, 2016.
    3. ^Rivlin-Nadler, Max. "Port Authority Closes Dilapidated GWB Bus Terminal For Long-Overdue Renovation". Gothamist. Archived from the original on April 25, 2017. Retrieved August 25, 2016.
    4. ^"Port Authority Prepares for Major Overhaul of George Washington Bridge Bus Station" (Press release). Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. June 30, 2011. Retrieved July 15, 2011.
    5. ^ abcPires, Claire (October 28, 2013). "George Washington Bridge Bus Station Is Finally Being Renovated". Northattan. Archived from the original on December 31, 2013.CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)
    6. ^ abPichardo, Carolina (May 16, 2017) "GWB Bus Station Finally Opens, 2 Years Behind Schedule"Archived 2017-06-11 at the Wayback Machine, DNAinfo.
    7. ^Bernstein, Fred A. (November 2, 2004). "Second Look: George Washington Bridge Bus Station / Pier Luigi Nervi, 1963". ArchNewsNow. Retrieved June 11, 2014.
    8. ^"George Washington Bridge Bus Station History". Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Retrieved June 11, 2014.
    9. ^Renner, James (September 1998). "George Washington Bridge Bus Station". Washington Heights & Inwood Online. Archived from the original on April 4, 2010. Retrieved March 27, 2010.
    10. ^Huxtable, Ada Louise (June 15, 2004). "A Landmark Destination: The Bus Station". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved August 25, 2016.
    11. ^"George Washington Bridge Bus Station". www.panynj.gov. Retrieved 2021-01-28.
    12. ^"Port Authority's George Washington Bridge Bus Station Celebrates 50 Years of Regional Commuter Bus Service" (Press release). Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. January 13, 2013. Retrieved June 3, 2013.
    13. ^Strunsky, Steve (January 17, 2013). "GW Bridge Bus Station gets $183 million facelift for 50th birthday". The Star-Ledger. Retrieved June 11, 2014.
    14. ^"Winner revealed for $100 million GW Bridge bus station redo". New York Business Journal. August 8, 2013. Retrieved May 18, 2017.
    15. ^"Central Subway contractor dispute threatens to bust budget". San Francisco Examiner. July 20, 2019. Retrieved July 22, 2019.
    16. ^"MTA Neighborhood Maps: Washington Heights"(PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Authority. 2015. Retrieved July 29, 2016.
    17. ^ ab"Subway Map"(PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Authority. September 2021. Retrieved September 17, 2021.
    18. ^"List of the 28 Stations on the New 8th Av. Line". The New York Times. September 10, 1932. p. 6. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2020-04-21.
    19. ^"Connections - George Washington Bridge Bus Station - The Port Authority of NY & NJ". www.panynj.gov. Retrieved July 30, 2016.
    20. ^"Greyhound Begins Operations From Newly Renovated George Washington Bridge Bus Station". Retrieved 29 November 2017.
    21. ^"Bus Carriers and Routes". Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Retrieved June 1, 2015.
    22. ^"Express Service - Bus Terminals (Where Do You Want to Go)". Spanish Transportation. Archived from the original on October 6, 2012. Retrieved May 14, 2013.
    23. ^"Humanizing Bus Travel

      Visit Getting Here

      Fort Tryon Park is a public New York City park. It extends from 192nd Street and Fort Washington Avenue northward to Riverside Drive near 200th Street. It is framed on the west by the West Side Highway and to the east by Broadway.

      Park Hours: 6:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m.

      Directions via Google Maps.

      Subway

      Take the A train to 190th Street. Take the elevator and stairs up to Fort Washington Avenue and walk north (to your right as you come up the stairs from the station). The tall stone pillars in Margaret Corbin Circle mark the southern entrance to the park, and the Heather Garden is just inside.

      DECEMBER UPDATE: The elevators at the 190th Street A train station have re-opened!

      Bus

      Take the M4 or M98 bus north to its last stop, which will be marked either “192nd Street,” “190th Street,” “Cloisters,” or “Margaret Corbin Circle.” Please ask the bus driver if the bus goes to Fort Tryon Park. The bus will leave you at the park’s southern entrance.

      Car

      From Manhattan and Brooklyn, Queens, or Long Island via the Triborough (RFK) Bridge or 59th Street (Edward Koch Queensboro) Bridges and the Midtown Tunnel, take the FDR/Harlem River Drive north to the Amsterdam Avenue/George Washington Bridge exit. At the light, make a right onto Amsterdam Avenue. Proceed north to 179th Street. Make a left onto 179th Street and proceed west to Fort Washington Avenue. At Fort Washington Avenue, turn right and proceed north to Margaret Corbin Circle. This is the southern entrance to Fort Tryon Park.

      From Westchester County and parts of Connecticut, take the Henry Hudson Parkway South to the exit for Riverside Drive. Stay to the left in the exit lane. At the stop sign, make a left onto Riverside Drive. Stay in the left lane on Riverside Drive, which turns back into the Henry Hudson Parkway northbound. Take Fort Tryon Park Exit, the next exit off of the highway. From Long Island, Queens (via the Whitestone or Throgs Neck Bridges) or Connecticut, take the Cross-Bronx Expressway to the last exit in New York (Henry Hudson Parkway South–181st Street, Exit 1). Stay to the right in the exit lane until you come to the stoplight. At the light, take a right onto 181st Street. Make the first left off of 181st Street onto Cabrini Boulevard. Follow Cabrini Boulevard to its northern terminus, which is Margaret Corbin Circle.

      Limited, free parking is available at the park concession building near the Margaret Corbin Circle entrance and all around The Met Cloisters.

      Источник: https://www.forttryonparktrust.org/visit-and-park-map/getting-here/

      NJ TRANSIT is an easy and convenient way to travel to 'the Big Apple'

      Commute to the big city for work, visit a museum or catch the bright lights of Broadway from almost anywhere in New Jersey, as well as Orange and Rockland counties in New York. Take the train to Penn Station New York via five rail lines with simple connections in Newark or Secaucus Junction. Bus service to Port Authority Bus Terminal or George Washington Bridge Bus Station in New York City is available on more than five dozen bus routes throughout the Garden State. In addition, light rail connections in Hoboken, Newark, and Trenton give you the ability to start your trip from even more locations in New Jersey.

      Know Before You Go

      Plan your trip and explore connections to other transportation options using the trip planner, get station information including bike and car parking options, and take advantage of the many important travel tips which make travel on NJ TRANSIT even easier. Plus, there are many partner discounts on entertainment and admission to destinations in New York. 

      Accessibility

      Penn Station New York, Port Authority Bus Terminal and George Washington Bridge Bus Station are accessible. Check station information to determine if your boarding location is accessible.

      Getting There

      NJ TRANSIT is the best way to travel to New York City from almost anywhere in New Jersey and can get you there from Philadelphia too! NJ TRANSIT provides direct rail service to Penn Station New York on five rail lines and offers simple connections in Newark when traveling from the west or connect at Secaucus Junction from trains northern rail lines. There is bus service to Port Authority Bus Terminal and George Washington Bridge Bus Station in New York on more than five dozen bus routes from throughout the Garden State. And, light rail connections at Hoboken, Newark, and Trenton expand the options to start any trip.

      Getting to New York by Train

      Five NJ TRANSIT rail lines serve Penn Station New York. Or, connect at Newark Penn Station or Secaucus Junction to trains bound for New York. It's easy to plan your trip online. Below are a few bits of information to get started. 


      From the South
      The Northeast Corridor offers frequent service from Trenton north to Penn Station New York. Connections from River LINE, Amtrak and SEPTA service can be made at Trenton Transit Center. The North Jersey Coast Line provides direct service to Penn Station New York as well as connecting rail shuttle service provided at stations between Bay Head and Long Branch; customers must change trains at Long Branch to continue their trip.

      From the West
      The Raritan Valley Line provides service from High Bridge, Raritan, and Plainfield to Newark Penn Station, with connecting service to/from New York.

      From the North
      The Main/Bergen County Lines provide service from Suffern through Bergen and Passaic counties. Port Jervis Line trains offer service between Port Jervis, or Middletown, NY, and Hoboken. The Pascack Valley Line operates between Spring Valley, NY, and Hoboken, offering daily service. Customers continuing to New York must change trains at Secaucus Junction. 

      From the Northwest
      The Morris & Essex Lines provide service between Dover/Summit/Gladstone and Newark Broad Street Station/Hoboken/New York. Connecting service for New York and other locations is available at Secaucus Junction.

      Arrive at Your Choice of Two New York City Locations by Bus

      Travel to New York from throughout New Jersey on many bus routes. There are several major routes that serve Midtown Manhattan (Port Authority Bus Terminal) and further north in Washington Heights (George Washington Bridge Bus Station) in New York. Start trip planning by checking NJ TRANSIT service near your location. 

      light rail service that connects to major rail terminals and bus locations. Travel Newark Light Railservice to Newark Penn Station and Newark Broad Street Station, River LINEto Trenton Transit Center, or Hudson-Bergen Light Railwhich serves Hoboken Terminal. Connect to trains that arrive at Penn Station New York or buses to Port Authority Bus Terminal or George Washington Bridge Bus Station in New York (Separate train fare required).

      Getting Around Town

      After arriving in New York, it's easy to continue on to your final destination. Visit MTA.info for information on transit service within the city and complete your trip planning.

      Tickets and Fares

      NJ TRANSIT offers an array of options for purchasing rail, bus, and light rail tickets. The NJ TRANSIT Mobile App® provides customers the convenience of buying and displaying most tickets and passes securely from a mobile device. Ticket vending machines are available at light rail stations and many rail stations and bus terminals. If you'd prefer to speak to a ticket agent, you can check out our Station Information pages to determine where offices are located and their hours. We also offer a variety of tickets including one-way, ten-trip, and round-trip tickets. 

      Ways to Save

      • Family SuperSaver: Two children ages five through 11 travel for free with a passenger paying any valid fare. This program is available on trains, light rail, and buses during weekends and holidays from 7 p.m. Friday (or the day before a holiday) until 6 a.m. Monday (or the day after a holiday).
      • Monthly Pass Holders: Do you already have an NJ TRANSIT monthly pass for commuting? Use it toward weekend travel including the Family SuperSaver fare. The more you use it, the more you save!
      • Travel Flexibility: Valid weekly/monthly rail passes are accepted for free travel on connecting light rail service, as well as bus service.
      • Group Trips: Have more than eight people traveling to an event by rail or light rail? Visit njtransit.com/groupsales to learn how to save up to 25 percent with Group Trip discounts.

      Travel Tips

      • New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) tickets must be purchased separately.
      • Customers using rail tickets must purchase NJ TRANSIT light rail or bus tickets separately for travel. Light rail tickets are available from Ticket Vending Machines at the light rail stations. Major bus boarding locations offer Ticket Vending Machines or ticket offices for purchase. Check Station Information for details on ticketing and fares.
      • Purchase your rail ticket prior to boarding the train. A $5 surcharge applies to tickets purchased onboard if ticket vending machines or ticket agents are available.
      • The NJ TRANSIT Mobile App offers more ways to purchase your ticket or pass. Use the app to buy and display most tickets or passes on your mobile device. For details, visit njtransit.com/app.
      • To save time, buy your return NJ TRANSIT ticket before traveling to New York. 
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      How to get to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan by Subway, Bus or Train?

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      Directions to George Washington Bridge (Manhattan) with public transportation

      The following transit lines have routes that pass near George Washington Bridge

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      • From Great Lawn, Manhattan

        61 min
      • From Sheep Meadow, Manhattan

        69 min
      • From Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden, Queens

        67 min
      • From Planet Fitness, Queens

        76 min
      • From The Stumble Inn, Manhattan

        52 min
      • From MTA Subway - 57th St/7th Ave (N/Q/R/W), Manhattan

        74 min
      • From Ippudo Westside, Manhattan

        81 min
      • From Blockheads Burritos, Manhattan

        81 min
      • From Club Fitness, Queens

        78 min
      • From Ellen's Stardust Diner, Manhattan

        79 min

      How to get to George Washington Bridge by Train?

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      • From Great Lawn, Manhattan

        45 min
      • From Sheep Meadow, Manhattan

        45 min
      • From Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden, Queens

        73 min
      • From Planet Fitness, Queens

        71 min
      • From The Stumble Inn, Manhattan

        61 min
      • From MTA Subway - 57th St/7th Ave (N/Q/R/W), Manhattan

        37 min
      • From Ippudo Westside, Manhattan

        40 min
      • From Blockheads Burritos, Manhattan

        44 min
      • From Club Fitness, Queens

        67 min
      • From Ellen's Stardust Diner, Manhattan

        40 min
      Station NameDistance
      Ft Washington Av/W 179 St10 min walkVIEW
      Gw Bridge Bus Terminal11 min walkVIEW
      W 179 St/Broadway11 min walkVIEW
      W 178 St/Ft Washington Av12 min walkVIEW
      Station NameDistance
      175 St13 min walkVIEW
      181 St17 min walkVIEW
      168 St-Washington Hts24 min walkVIEW
      Line NameDirection
      M4Ltd Midtwn 32 St & 5 Av Via Bway 5 AvVIEW
      171Paterson - New York (GWB)VIEW
      175Ridgewood - New York (GWB)VIEW
      178Hackensack-Englewood-NY(GWB)VIEW
      181Union City - New York (GWB)VIEW
      182Hackensack - New York (GWB)VIEW
      186Dumont - New York (GWB)VIEW
      188West New York-New York(GWB)VIEW
      BX11Washington Heights G W BridgeVIEW
      BX13Washington Heights G.W. BridgeVIEW
      BX36Limited Washington Heights Gw BridgeVIEW
      M98Limited Midtown Lex Av-68 StVIEW
      BX35West Farms Rd Southern BlVIEW
      • What are the closest stations to George Washington Bridge?

        The closest stations to George Washington Bridge are:

        • Ft Washington Av/W 179 St is 816 yards away, 10 min walk.
        • Gw Bridge Bus Terminal is 852 yards away, 11 min walk.
        • W 179 St/Broadway is 902 yards away, 11 min walk.
        • W 178 St/Ft Washington Av is 979 yards away, 12 min walk.
        • 175 St is 1055 yards away, 13 min walk.
        • 181 St is 1420 yards away, 17 min walk.
        • 168 St-Washington Hts is 1997 yards away, 24 min walk.
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      • Which Bus lines stop near George Washington Bridge?

        These Bus lines stop near George Washington Bridge: M5, M98.

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      • Which Train lines stop near George Washington Bridge?

        These Train lines stop near George Washington Bridge: HUDSON.

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      • Which Subway lines stop near George Washington Bridge?

        These Subway lines stop near George Washington Bridge: A.

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      • How far is the subway station from George Washington Bridge in Manhattan?

        The nearest subway station to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan is a 13 min walk away.

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      • What’s the nearest subway station to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan?

        The 175 St station is the nearest one to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan.

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      • How far is the bus stop from George Washington Bridge in Manhattan?

        The nearest bus stop to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan is a 10 min walk away.

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      • What’s the nearest bus stop to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan?

        The Ft Washington Av/W 179 St stop is the nearest one to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan.

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      • What time is the first Subway to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan?

        The A is the first Subway that goes to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan. It stops nearby at 3:00 AM.

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      • What time is the last Subway to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan?

        The A is the last Subway that goes to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan. It stops nearby at 4:22 AM.

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      • What time is the first Bus to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan?

        The BX35 is the first Bus that goes to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan. It stops nearby at 3:15 AM.

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      • What time is the last Bus to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan?

        The BX36 is the last Bus that goes to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan. It stops nearby at 3:16 AM.

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      Public Transportation to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan

      Wondering how to get to George Washington Bridge in Manhattan, United States? Moovit helps you find the best way to get to George Washington Bridge with step-by-step directions from the nearest public transit station.

      Moovit provides free maps and live directions to help you navigate through your city. View schedules, routes, timetables, and find out how long does it take to get to George Washington Bridge in real time.

      Looking for the nearest stop or station to George Washington Bridge? Check out this list of stops closest to your destination: Ft Washington Av/W 179 St; Gw Bridge Bus Terminal; W 179 St/Broadway; W 178 St/Ft Washington Av; 175 St; 181 St; 168 St-Washington Hts.

      You can get to George Washington Bridge by Subway, Bus or Train. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby - Bus: M5, M98Train: HUDSONSubway: A

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      George Washington Bridge, Manhattan

      Popular public transit routes in Manhattan

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      I need to pick up my cousin from college Tuesday morning at Fordham University. I have done the trip many times the past two semesters so I know how bad traffic can be. But, I have never done the morning rush hour. I need to be there around 8am. What is traffic like in Patterson to the GWB around 730am? Right at Patterson is where traffic starts to become an issue for me on week days when I visit her. So I'm thinking of leaving Scranton,PA at 515am, would that get me over the bridge at 730am without hitting rush hour? Or should I leave a little earlier?

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      moderate to Bad , very thick ......doesn't ease out till 8.30 or 9am....This is why we need a Train to Scranton LOL
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      moderate to Bad , very thick ......doesn't ease out till 8.30 or 9am....This is why we need a Train to Scranton LOL
      What time does the major backup start. If needed I will leave 430am and be at the bridge by 615am, but that seems a little to early for the bridge to be crowded.
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      Old05-17-2010, 12:35 AM
       

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      What time does the major backup start. If needed I will leave 430am and be at the bridge by 615am, but that seems a little to early for the bridge to be crowded.

      As early as 5 or 6am depends on the day , if you knew your way around , you could take surface streets to get around the traffic. There are 2 entrances that only locals know about , they can save you up to 1hr hr at the max.
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      The problem is this: if you are just 15 min later, it could wind up costing you an hour in travel time. From the reports I hear in the AMs, sometimes the bridge is already in relatively heavy traffic by 6 am. Why do you have to be there at 8 am - later would be better

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      The problem is this: if you are just 15 min later, it could wind up costing you an hour in travel time. From the reports I hear in the AMs, sometimes the bridge is already in relatively heavy traffic by 6 am. Why do you have to be there at 8 am - later would be better

      My cousins last final is at 8am and I'd like to have the whole room moved out by the time the test is over so we can get out of town. Looks like I'll leave at 4:45 and risk it.
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      Have you considered taking the Tappan Zee bridge instead? It's a little out of the way but might save you some time - just head down I-87 after crossing the bridge. I have never driven it during rush hour but I would think it would be lighter traffic than the GW. Another option would be to take I-84 from Scranton over to the Bear Mountain bridge and then come down I-684.

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      Have you considered taking the Tappan Zee bridge instead? It's a little out of the way but might save you some time - just head down I-87 after crossing the bridge. I have never driven it during rush hour but I would think it would be lighter traffic than the GW. Another option would be to take I-84 from Scranton over to the Bear Mountain bridge and then come down I-684.

      I have done both of those options, going either of those ways add extra miles and the times would probably equal out. Traveling over the Tappan Zee and the going down the Bronx river parkway will probably add 40 minutes, and probably an extra hour to take 684 since its farther out of the way. So they would both just about equal the GW. I'm willing to risk leaving here at 4:40/4:45 and maybe hit traffic at 6:25/6:30 at the GW.
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    Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Washington_Bridge_Bus_Station

    Visit Getting Here

    Fort Tryon Park is a public New York City park. It extends from 192nd Street and Fort Washington Avenue northward to Riverside Drive near 200th Street. It is framed on the west by the West Side Highway and to the east by Broadway.

    Park Hours: 6:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m.

    Directions via Google Maps.

    Subway

    Take the A train to 190th Street. Take the elevator and stairs up to Fort Washington Avenue and walk north (to your right as you come up the stairs from the station). The tall stone pillars in Margaret Corbin Circle mark the southern entrance to the park, and the Heather Garden is just inside.

    DECEMBER UPDATE: The elevators at the 190th Street A train station have re-opened!

    Bus

    Take the M4 or M98 bus north to its last stop, which will be marked either “192nd Street,” “190th Street,” “Cloisters,” or “Margaret Corbin Circle.” Please ask the bus driver if the bus goes to Fort Tryon Park. The bus will leave you at the park’s southern entrance.

    Car

    From Manhattan and Brooklyn, Queens, or Long Island via the Triborough (RFK) Bridge or 59th Street (Edward Koch Queensboro) Bridges and the Midtown Tunnel, take the FDR/Harlem River Drive north to the Amsterdam Avenue/George Washington Bridge exit. At the light, make a right onto Amsterdam Avenue. Proceed north to 179th Street. Make a left onto 179th Street and proceed west to Fort Washington Avenue. At Fort Washington Avenue, turn right and proceed north to Margaret Corbin Circle. This is the southern entrance to Fort Tryon Park.

    From Westchester County and parts of Connecticut, take the Henry Hudson Parkway South to the exit for Riverside Drive. Stay to the left in the exit lane. At the stop sign, make a left onto Riverside Drive. Stay in the left lane on Riverside Drive, which turns back into the Henry Hudson Parkway northbound. Take Fort Tryon Park Exit, the next exit off of the highway. From Long Island, Queens (via the Whitestone or Throgs Neck Bridges) or Connecticut, take the Cross-Bronx Expressway to the last exit in New York (Henry Hudson Parkway South–181st Street, Exit 1). Stay to the right in the exit lane until you come to the stoplight. At the light, take a right onto 181st Street. Make the first left off of 181st Street onto Cabrini Boulevard. Follow Cabrini Boulevard to its northern terminus, which is Margaret Corbin Circle.

    Limited, free parking is available at the park concession building near the Margaret Corbin Circle entrance and all around The Met Cloisters.

    Источник: https://www.forttryonparktrust.org/visit-and-park-map/getting-here/

    The effects of moderate exercise training on psychological well-being and mood state in women

    The relationship between moderate exercise training (five 45 min sessions/week, brisk walking at 62 beta +/- 2% VO2max for 15 weeks, psychological well-being and mood state was investigated in a group of 35 sedentary, mildly obese women. A 2 (exercise (EX) (N = 18), and nonexercise (NEX) (N = 17) groups) x 3 (baseline, 6-week, 15-week testing sessions) factorial design was used with data analyzed using repeated measures ANOVA. Four psychological tests were administered: Daily Hassles Scale (DHS), General Well-being Schedule (GWB), Spielberger State Anxiety Inventory (S-Anxiety), and Profile of Mood States (POMS). The EX and NEX groups had significantly different patterns of change over time for GWB total scores [F(2,66) = 5.72, p = 0.005] and the GWB subscales 'energy level' and 'freedom from health concern or worry'. Scores for the EX group were elevated at both 6 and 15 weeks. General well-being total scores and subscale 'energy level' scores were significantly correlated with improvement in submaximal cardiorespiratory fitness (r = -0.41, p = 0.014; r = -0.40, p = 0.017, respectively). Exercise training also had a significant effect on frequency but not intensity of DHS scores, and S-Anxiety, with a significant decrease seen in the EX group at 6 weeks but not 15 weeks. Profile of Mood States scores were not significantly related to exercise training. These data support the results of other studies that have reported improvement in general psychological well-being with exercise training.

    Источник: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/1920175/

    Location & Directions

    From Bronx, Westchester and Points North

    Take Throgs Neck Bridge to Clearview Expressway (I-295) south. Exit to eastbound Long Island Expressway (I-495); proceed to Exit 39 and continue as indicated above.

    From Southern New Jersey and Points South

    Take the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 13. Cross the Goethals Bridge to I-278 east (Staten Island Expressway). Cross the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to the Belt Parkway east. Follow the Belt Parkway to the Cross Island Parkway north (toward the Whitestone Bridge). Follow the Cross Island Parkway to Exit 30 - Long Island Expressway (I-495) east. Take the Long Island Expressway to Exit 39 and make a left at the light (Glen Cove Road north). Go north for 2 miles; turn right (east) on Northern Boulevard (Route 25A). LIU Post is 2 miles on the right.

    From Northern New Jersey

    Take the George Washington Bridge east to the Cross Bronx Expressway. Cross the Throgs Neck Bridge then follow directions given from Bronx, Westchester and Points North.

    From Eastern Long Island

    Take Long Island Expressway (I-495) to Exit 41N (Route 107). Turn right (north) onto 107 north. Proceed to Northern Boulevard (Route 25A). Turn left (west) at Northern Boulevard. LIU Post is on the left.

    From South Shore of Long Island

    In Nassau County, take Wantagh State Parkway or Meadowbrook Parkway north to Northern State Parkway West to Exit 31 (Glen Cove Road North). At light, turn left (north) on Glen Cove Road. Proceed for 3 miles to Northern Boulevard (Route 25A), turn right (east). LIU Post is 2 miles on the right. In Suffolk County, take most convenient north-south road to the Long Island Expressway (I-495) and follow directions given from Eastern Long Island.

    BY RAILROAD: (Long Island Rail Road)

    From Pennsylvania Station, take either the Long Island Rail Road's (LIRR) Port Jefferson train line to the Hicksville station, or the Port Washington-Manhasset line to the Great Neck or Manhasset station, or the Oyster Bay line to the Greenvale station. All of these stations, except Greenvale, have bus service to LIU Post (see below for bus information). Contact the LIRR at 516-822-5477 or visit their Web site at: mta.info/lirr/ for more information regarding train and bus schedules. Taxi service is available from all of these train stations. See Taxi Service below for further information.

    BY TAXI: Taxi service is available from the Greenvale, Hicksville, Great Neck and Manhasset train stations. Call All Island Taxi prior to your arrival at 516-486-6666 or Arena Taxi at 516-671-1848 for information regarding service and rates. Call Oyster Rides Taxi at 516-922-2222 for information regarding service and rates from the Hicksville train station.

    BY BUS: LIU Post is serviced by the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA), Long Island Bus N20. The N20 connects to the New York City subway system (#7 line), several Long Island Rail Road stations, and other buses serving Nassau, Suffolk and Queens. Contact the MTA as 516-228-4000 or on the Web at: www.mta.info/libus/index.html.

    BY CAMPUS VAN SERVICE: LIU Post provides free transportation to the Campus from the Hicksville train station during the Fall and Spring semesters only. The LIU Post Campus van, which is clearly marked, makes round-trip stops at the train station to pick up/drop off LIU Post students and visitors. Weekend and summer schedules vary. For a complete schedule contact the Hillwood Information Desk at 516-299-2611.

    BY AMTRAK: LIU Post is accessible through Amtrak, which goes directly into Pennsylvania Station in New York City. From Pennsylvania Station see directions above. Contact Amtrak at 800-USA-RAIL or on the Web at www.amtrak.com/.

    BY PLANE: Nearest airports to LIU Post are John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), (40 minutes from LIU Post); LaGuardia Airport (LGA), (35 minutes from LIU Post); and Islip-MacArthur, (ISP) (50 minutes from LIU Post).

    Transportation from LaGuardia, John F. Kennedy or Islip-Mac Arthur airports is available by Airport Limo. For rate information, please visit www.airportlimo.com/ or call 877-APT-LIMO (278-5466).


    Источник: https://liu.edu/post/about/Visit-Campus/Location-Directions

    George Washington Bridge Bus Station

    New York City commuter bus terminal

    Coordinates: 40°50′56″N73°56′18″W / 40.84889°N 73.93833°W / 40.84889; -73.93833

    The George Washington Bridge Bus Station is a commuterbus terminal located at the east end of the George Washington Bridge in the Washington Heights area of Manhattan in New York City, New York. The bus station is owned and operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. On a typical weekday, approximately 20,000 passengers on about 1,000 buses use the station.[1]

    The building, an example of 1960s urban renewal, has been described as a blight on its surrounding environment[2] and "a brutal assault on the senses".[3] Its upper-level bus ramps cross Fort Washington Avenue, blocking light and the view of the George Washington Bridge.

    Major renovations, including an expansion of retail space from 30,000 to 120,000 square feet (3,000 to 11,000 m2), began in late 2013 and were expected to cost more than US$183 million. Although scheduled to be completed in early 2015, the renovated station reopened on May 16, 2017, two years behind schedule, $17 million over budget, and still unfinished.[4][5][6]

    Description[edit]

    Aerial view of station and I-95

    The station is built over the Trans-Manhattan Expressway (Interstate 95) between 178th and 179th Streets and Fort Washington and Wadsworth Avenues, and features direct bus ramps on and off the upper level of the bridge.

    The building was designed by noted Italian engineer Pier Luigi Nervi and is one of only a few buildings he designed outside of Italy.[7] It opened January 13, 1963 as a replacement for a series of sidewalk bus loading areas that existed between 166th and 167th streets further south.[8] The building is constructed of huge steel-reinforced concretetrusses, fourteen of which are cantilevered from supports in the median of the Trans-Manhattan Expressway, which it straddles. The building contains murals as well as busts of George Washington and Othmar Amman, the civil engineer who designed the bridge. The building received the 1963 Concrete Industry Board’s Award.[9]

    The building's roof trusses have been described as resembling butterflies,[10] as seen in aerial views. The entire facility is wheelchair-accessible.[11]

    The renovated waiting room (June 2018)
    Renovated bus boarding area with display screens (November 2017)

    Renovation[edit]

    A renovation of the terminal began in late 2013, after years of delays. It was expected to cost US$183 million. The project was a partnership between the Port Authority and a private company known as GWBBS Development Venture, LLC. Tutor Perini received a $100 million construction contract in August 2013.

    The renovated building was to be improved with better access to local subway stops, displays of bus departure and arrival times, central air conditioning, and full ADA-compliant accessibility to those with disabilities. It will increase retail space from 30,000 to 120,000 square feet (3,000 to 11,000 m2), with large tenants like Marshalls, Key Food, and Blink Fitness.[5][12]

    The renovated station reopened on May 16, 2017, two years behind schedule, $17 million over budget, and still unfinished.[5][6][13][14] The contractor Tutor Perini has filed a $120 million lawsuit against the Port Authority over "delays and cost overruns" incurred on the project.[15]

    The station seen from the western approach in 2006

    Subway connection[edit]

    The complex is served by the 175th Street station of the New York City Subway. The station is on Fort Washington Avenue with entrances at 175th Street and 177th Street, the latter one block south of the bus station.[16] The subway station, operated by the New York City Transit Authority and served by the A train,[17] was part of the Independent Subway System (IND)'s first line, the IND Eighth Avenue Line, which opened in 1932.[18] A pedestrian tunnel, maintained by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, links the bus terminal to the subway station. This tunnel is closed at night.[19]

    The bus station is also within walking distance of the 181st Street station of the same line, and the 181st StreetIRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line station on the 1 train.[17]

    Bus service[edit]

    On September 20, 2017, Greyhound announced that it would be providing service to the station starting September 27, while keeping the Port Authority Bus Terminal as its primary New York City location.[20]

    As of 2020[update], the bus lines detailed below serve the terminal for the New York City Transit Authority, New Jersey Transit, and Coach USA (Rockland Coaches and Short Line).[21] Service is also provided by Spanish Transportation with its Express Service jitneys.[22] Additionally, some OurBus routes serve the George Washington Bridge Bus Station.[23][24]

    MTA Regional Bus Operations[edit]

    Ten local MTA Regional Bus Operations routes stop at a lower level and on the streets outside the station. The M4 stops on Fort Washington Avenue, while the M5, M100 and Bx7 stop on Broadway. The M98, Bx3, Bx11, Bx13, Bx35 and Bx36 stop on 178th and 179th Streets between Fort Washington Avenue and Broadway. All routes are ADA-accessible.[25][26]

    Route Terminal via notes
    M4The Cloisters or Fort Tryon Park (north)
    Fifth Avenue/32nd Street, Koreatown (south)
    Broadway and Fifth AvenueBus only runs to the Cloisters when the museum is open; it only runs to Fort Tryon Park at all other times.
    M5Broadway/31st Street, Garment DistrictRiverside Drive, Fifth Avenue, and Broadway
    M98 LTDFort Tryon Park (north)
    68th Street/Lexington Avenue (south)
    Harlem River Drive and Lexington AvenueBus only runs during rush hours.
    M100West 220th Street/Broadway, Inwood (north)
    East 125th Street/First Avenue, East Harlem (south)
    Broadway and Amsterdam Avenues
    Bx3238th Street station, Riverdale, BronxUniversity Avenue
    Bx7West 263rd Street/Riverdale Avenue, Riverdale, Bronx (north)
    168th Street station (south)
    Broadway, Johnson Avenue, Henry Hudson Parkway
    Bx11Simpson Street station, Longwood, Bronx170th Street
    Bx13Bronx Terminal Market (extended to Third Avenue/163rd Street, rush hours) Ogden Avenue and Yankee Stadium
    Bx35Simpson Street station, Longwood, Bronx167th/169th Streets
    Bx36Olmstead Avenue/Seaward Avenue, Castle Hill, Bronx174th/180th Streets

    New Jersey Transit[edit]

    See also: List of NJ Transit bus routes (100–199)

    Route Terminal via notes

    171

    Paterson Broadway Bus TerminalGWB Plaza
    Route 4
    Spanish Transportation operates jitneys along similar route to Paterson

    175

    Ridgewood Bus TerminalGWB Plaza
    New Jersey Route 4
    Hackensack, Paramus, Rochelle Park
    some trips do not stop at
    Bergen Community College

    178

    Hackensack Bus TerminalGWB Plaza, New Jersey Route 4
    Grand Avenue, Teaneck Armory, Englewood Avenue
    Englewood/Teaneck (northern route) variant of Route 182

    181

    Bergenline Ave. StationGWB Plaza, Palisade Avenue, Bergenline AvenueLimited peak and evening service Monday-Saturday. Other times, use Spanish Transportation route, which runs down Bergenline Avenue and continues to Jersey City.

    182

    Hackensack Bus TerminalGWB Plaza, Fort Lee Road, DeGraw AvenueLeonia/Teaneck/Bogota (southern route) variant of 178

    186

    DumontGWB Plaza, Sylvan Avenue, Palisades Avenue, Teaneck Road

    188

    West New YorkGWB Plaza, via River Road Edgewater
    60 Street at Kennedy Boulevard
    Limited weekend service

    Coach USA[edit]

    Rockland Coaches[edit]

    Route Terminals via
    9A & 9AT New City (9A and 9W)
    (full-time)
    Central Nyack (9W) or Stony Point (9)
    (peak service only)
    Sylvan Avenue, Oak Tree Road, Piermont Avenue/River Road, Broadway, Nyack Turnpike (Central Nyack trips only) Lake Road, Main Street, Route 9W (Stony Point is served on select rush-hour trips)

    Short Line Bus[edit]

    Route Service Terminals Serving Notes

    208

    PM peak Montgomery, NY
    Route 211 and Clinton Street
    Washingtonville, Monroe, Central Valley, Ridgewood, NJ
    AM peak East Side, Manhattan
    23rd Street and 2nd Avenue
    Manhattan neighborhoods:
    Washington Heights, Harlem, East Harlem, Yorkville, Upper East Side, Turtle Bay, Murray Hill, Kips Bay.
    • Route owned by the New York State DOT.
    • Does not serve GWB Bus Station and GWB Bridge Plaza.

    See also[edit]

    References[edit]

    1. ^Vanterpool, Veronica (July 6, 2011). "New Life For GW Bridge Bus Station Overhaul". Tri-State Transportation Campaign. Retrieved July 15, 2011.
    2. ^Rizzo, Chris. "Port Authority Renovation Will Begin...Soon". Hudson Heights Gazette. Retrieved August 24, 2016.
    3. ^Rivlin-Nadler, Max. "Port Authority Closes Dilapidated GWB Bus Terminal For Long-Overdue Renovation". Gothamist. Archived from the original on April 25, 2017. Retrieved August 25, 2016.
    4. ^"Port Authority Prepares for Major Overhaul of George Washington Bridge Bus Station" (Press release). Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. June 30, 2011. Retrieved July 15, 2011.
    5. ^ abcPires, Claire (October 28, 2013). "George Washington Bridge Bus Station Is Finally Being Renovated". Northattan. Archived from the original on December 31, 2013.CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)
    6. ^ abPichardo, Carolina (May 16, 2017) "GWB Bus Station Finally Opens, 2 Years Behind Schedule"Archived 2017-06-11 at the Wayback Machine, DNAinfo.
    7. ^Bernstein, Fred A. (November 2, 2004). "Second Look: George Washington Bridge Bus Station / Pier Luigi Nervi, 1963". ArchNewsNow. Retrieved June 11, 2014.
    8. ^"George Washington Bridge Bus Station History". Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Retrieved June 11, 2014.
    9. ^Renner, James (September 1998). "George Washington Bridge Bus Station". Washington Heights & Inwood Online. Archived from the original on April 4, 2010. Retrieved March 27, 2010.
    10. ^Huxtable, Ada Louise (June 15, 2004). "A Landmark Destination: The Bus Station". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved August 25, 2016.
    11. ^"George Washington Bridge Bus Station". www.panynj.gov. Retrieved 2021-01-28.
    12. ^"Port Authority's George Washington Bridge Bus Station Celebrates 50 Years of Regional Commuter Bus Service" (Press release). Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. January 13, 2013. Retrieved June 3, 2013.
    13. ^Strunsky, Steve (January 17, 2013). "GW Bridge Bus Station gets $183 million facelift for 50th birthday". The Star-Ledger. Retrieved June 11, 2014.
    14. ^"Winner revealed for $100 million GW Bridge bus station redo". New York Business Journal. August 8, 2013. Retrieved May 18, 2017.
    15. ^"Central Subway contractor dispute threatens to bust budget". San Francisco Examiner. July 20, 2019. Retrieved July 22, 2019.
    16. ^"MTA Neighborhood Maps: Washington Heights"(PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Authority. 2015. Retrieved July 29, 2016.
    17. ^ ab"Subway Map"(PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Authority. September 2021. Retrieved September 17, 2021.
    18. ^"List of the 28 Stations on the New 8th Av. Line". The New York Times. September 10, 1932. p. 6. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2020-04-21.
    19. ^"Connections - George Washington Bridge Bus Station - The Port Authority of NY & NJ". www.panynj.gov. Retrieved July 30, 2016.
    20. ^"Greyhound Begins Operations From Newly Renovated George Washington Bridge Bus Station". Retrieved 29 November 2017.
    21. ^"Bus Carriers and Routes". Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Retrieved June 1, 2015.
    22. ^"Express Service - Bus Terminals (Where Do You Want to Go)". Spanish Transportation. Archived from the original on October 6, 2012. Retrieved May 14, 2013.
    23. ^"Humanizing Bus Travel

      GWB Mental Health Service Research Training
      Raghavan, Ramesh   
      Washington University, Saint Louis, MO, United States

      Washington University's George Warren Brown School of Social Work seeks five years of support to continue its fourteen year old predoctoral training program in mental health services research and NIMH's sole bank of hawaii credit card review training program in social work. Our training will prepare the next generation of mental health services researchers working to improve the quality of mental health care and the implementation of evidence-based treatments in non-specialty settings serving vulnerable populations. Transdisciplinary training will be organized around a five-component, outcome-focused model designed to yield specific knowledge and skills. Components include didactic course work, seminars, mentoring, research lab work, and scientific networking. Post-doctoral training emphasizes development of a 3-5 year research agenda. Trainees will be equipped to: pursue mental health services research questions that will fill critical gaps in knowledge and are high in public health significance;use state-of-art methodologies that are appropriate to the research question, the populations of concern, and the relevant settings of care;work collaboratively on transdisciplinary research teams;and translate research to inform service delivery and policy. A multi- faceted strategy provides training in the responsible conduct of research. Our NIMH-funded research provides a rich training laboratory, giving every trainee """"""""hands-on"""""""" experience with externally funded mental health services research. The training environment further benefits from 10 research centers, 177 externally funded research projects, a newly launched Institute of Public Health, and Washington University's Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (an NCRR CTSA grant). We will continue our strong record of retaining and producing independently funded mental health researchers, with 80% of our predoctoral trainees securing dissertation research grants. Training will be systematically evaluated in terms of three key outcomes: placements in competitive academic and research positions;publish scholarly articles in high quality, refereed journals;and conduct independently funded research that advances knowledge of services for persons with mental disorder. We request funds to support eight predoctoral and three postdoctoral trainees per year to maintain the strong cohort that contributes to research training.

      Public Health Relevance

      Our trainees'research on the quality of mental health care and the implementation of evidence based treatment for vulnerable populations in the social service sector will directly contribute to Objective Four in NIMH's Strategic Plan, strengthen the public health impact of NIMH supported research. Our training outcomes include the three T's-transdisciplinary, team players, and translators-called for in NIMH's research training report, Investing in the Future.

      Источник: https://grantome.com/grant/NIH/T32-MH019960-20

      NJ TRANSIT is an easy and convenient way to travel to 'the Big Apple'

      Commute to the big city for work, visit a museum or catch the bright lights of Broadway from almost anywhere in New Jersey, as well as Orange and Rockland counties in New York. Take the train to Penn Station New York via five rail lines with simple connections in Newark or Secaucus Junction. Bus service to Port Authority Bus Terminal or George Washington Bridge Bus Station in New York City is available on more than five dozen bus routes throughout the Garden State. In addition, light rail connections in Hoboken, Newark, and Trenton give you the ability to start your trip from even more locations in New Jersey.

      Know Before You Go

      Plan your trip and explore connections to other transportation options using the trip planner, get station information including bike and car parking options, and take advantage of the many important travel tips which make travel on NJ TRANSIT even easier. Plus, there are many partner discounts on entertainment and admission to destinations in New York. 

      Accessibility

      Penn Station New York, Port Authority Bus Terminal and George Washington Bridge Bus Station are accessible. Check station information to determine if your boarding location is accessible.

      Getting There

      NJ TRANSIT is the best way to travel to New York City from almost anywhere in New Jersey and can get you there from Philadelphia too! NJ TRANSIT provides direct rail service to Penn Station New York on five rail lines and offers simple connections in Newark when traveling from the west or connect at Secaucus Junction from trains northern rail lines. There is bus service to Port Authority Bus Terminal and George Washington Bridge Bus Station in New York on more than five dozen bus routes from throughout the Garden State. And, light rail connections at Hoboken, Newark, and Trenton expand the options to start any trip.

      Getting to New York by Train

      Five NJ TRANSIT rail lines serve Penn Station New York. Or, connect at Newark Penn Station or Secaucus Junction to trains bound for New York. It's easy to plan your trip online. Below are a few bits of information to get started. 


      From the South
      The Northeast Corridor offers frequent service from Trenton north to Penn Station New York. Connections from River LINE, Amtrak and SEPTA service can be made at Trenton Transit Center. The North Jersey Coast Line provides direct service to Penn Station New York as well as connecting rail shuttle service provided at stations between Bay Head and Long Branch; customers must change trains at Long Branch to continue their trip.

      From the West
      The Raritan Valley Line provides service from High Bridge, Raritan, and Plainfield to Newark Penn Station, with connecting service to/from New York.

      From the North
      The Main/Bergen County Lines provide service from Suffern through Bergen and Passaic counties. Port Jervis Line trains offer service between Port Jervis, or Middletown, NY, and Hoboken. The Pascack Valley Line operates between Spring Valley, NY, and Hoboken, offering daily service. Customers continuing to New York must change trains at Secaucus Junction. 

      From the Northwest
      The Morris & Essex Lines provide service between Dover/Summit/Gladstone and Newark Broad Street Station/Hoboken/New York. Connecting service for New York and other locations is available at Secaucus Junction.

      Arrive at Your Choice of Two New York City Locations by Bus

      Travel to New York from throughout New Jersey on many bus routes. There are several major routes that serve Midtown Manhattan (Port Authority Bus Terminal) and further north in Washington Heights (George Washington Bridge Bus Station) in New York. Start trip planning by checking NJ TRANSIT service near your location. 

      light rail service that connects to major rail terminals and bus locations. Travel Newark Light Railservice to Newark Penn Station and Newark Broad Street Station, River LINEto Trenton Transit Center, or Hudson-Bergen Light Railwhich serves Hoboken Terminal. Connect to trains that arrive at Penn Station New York or buses to Port Authority Bus Terminal or George Washington Bridge Bus Station in New York (Separate train fare required).

      Getting Around Town

      After arriving in New York, it's easy to continue on to your final destination. Visit MTA.info for information on transit service within the city and complete your trip planning.

      Tickets and Fares

      NJ TRANSIT offers an array of options for purchasing rail, bus, and light rail tickets. The NJ TRANSIT Mobile App® provides customers the convenience of buying and displaying most tickets and passes securely from a mobile device. Ticket vending machines are available at light rail stations and many rail stations and bus terminals. If you'd prefer to speak to a ticket agent, you can check out our Station Information pages to determine where offices are located and their hours. We also offer a variety of tickets including one-way, ten-trip, and round-trip tickets. 

      Ways to Save

      • Family SuperSaver: Two children ages five through 11 travel for free with a passenger paying any valid fare. This program is available on trains, light rail, and buses during weekends and holidays from 7 p.m. Friday (or the day before a holiday) until 6 a.m. Monday (or the day after a holiday).
      • Monthly Pass Holders: Do you already have an NJ TRANSIT monthly pass for commuting? Use it toward weekend travel including the Family SuperSaver fare. The more you use it, the more you save!
      • Travel Flexibility: Valid weekly/monthly rail passes are accepted for free travel on connecting light rail service, as well as bus service.
      • Group Trips: Have more than eight people traveling to an event by rail or light rail? Visit njtransit.com/groupsales to learn how to save up to 25 percent with Group Trip discounts.

      Travel Tips

      • New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) tickets must be purchased separately.
      • Customers using rail tickets must purchase NJ TRANSIT light rail or bus tickets separately for travel. Light rail tickets are available from Ticket Vending Machines at the light rail stations. Major bus boarding locations offer Ticket Vending Machines or ticket offices for purchase. Check Station Information for details on ticketing and fares.
      • Purchase your rail ticket prior to boarding the train. A $5 surcharge applies to tickets purchased onboard if ticket vending machines or ticket agents are available.
      • The NJ TRANSIT Mobile App offers more ways to purchase your ticket or pass. Use the app to buy and display most tickets or passes on your mobile device. For details, visit njtransit.com/app.
      • To save time, buy your return NJ TRANSIT ticket before traveling to Gwb train York. 
      Источник: https://www.njtransit.com/destinations/nj-transit-easy-and-convenient-way-travel-big-apple

      Visit Getting Here

      Fort Tryon Park is a public New York City park. It extends from 192nd Street and Fort Washington Avenue northward to Riverside Drive near 200th Street. It is framed on the west by the West Side Highway and to the east by Broadway.

      Park Hours: 6:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m.

      Directions via Google Maps.

      Subway

      Take the A train to 190th Street. Take the elevator and stairs up to Fort Washington Avenue and walk north (to your right as you come up the stairs from the station). The tall stone pillars in Margaret Corbin Circle mark the southern entrance to the park, and the Heather Garden is just inside.

      DECEMBER UPDATE: The elevators at the 190th Street A train station have re-opened!

      Bus

      Take the M4 or M98 bus north to its last stop, which will be marked either “192nd Street,” “190th Street,” “Cloisters,” or “Margaret Corbin Circle.” Please ask the bus driver if the bus goes to Fort Tryon Park. The bus will leave you at the park’s southern entrance.

      Car

      From Manhattan and Brooklyn, Queens, or Long Island via the Triborough (RFK) Bridge or 59th Street (Edward Koch Queensboro) Bridges and the Midtown Tunnel, take the FDR/Harlem River Drive north to the Amsterdam Avenue/George Washington Bridge exit. At the light, make a right onto Amsterdam Avenue. Proceed north to 179th Street. Make a left onto 179th Street and proceed west to Fort Washington Avenue. At Fort Washington Avenue, turn right and proceed north to Margaret Corbin Circle. This is the southern entrance to Fort Tryon Park.

      From Westchester County and parts of Connecticut, take the Henry Hudson Parkway South to the exit for Riverside Drive. Stay to the left in the exit lane. At the stop sign, make a left onto Riverside Drive. Stay in the left lane on Riverside Drive, which turns back into the Henry Hudson Parkway northbound. Take Fort Tryon Park Exit, the next exit off of the highway. From Long Island, Queens (via the Whitestone or Throgs Neck Bridges) or Connecticut, take the Cross-Bronx Expressway to the last exit in New York (Henry Hudson Parkway South–181st Street, Exit 1). Stay to the right in the exit lane until you come to the stoplight. At the light, take a right onto 181st Street. Make the first left off of 181st Street onto Cabrini Boulevard. Follow Cabrini Boulevard to its northern terminus, which is Margaret Corbin Circle.

      Limited, free parking is available at the park concession building near the Margaret Corbin Circle entrance and all around The Met Cloisters.

      Источник: https://www.forttryonparktrust.org/visit-and-park-map/getting-here/

      Yankee Stadium

       Yankees Logo

      Yankee Stadium, located at 161st Street in the Bronx, is home to the legendary New York Yankees baseball team. It is easily accessible by two subway lines that can be reached from all parts of the city and across the region.

       

      From Manhattan

      By Subway

      The easiest ways to Yankee Stadium by subway are the B subwayD subway from the West Side or the 4 subway from the East Side to 161 St-Yankee Stadium.

      Major transfer points for the B subwayD subway are:

      Major transfer points for the 4 subway are:

      By Bus

      The Bx6 bus operates on 155th Street in Manhattan before crossing the McCombs Dam Bridge and arriving at Yankee Stadium. You can transfer to the Bx6 from the 1 subway train at 157 St and along 155th Street from the

      • M4, M5 buses at Broadway
      • M 100, M101 at Amsterdam Avenue
      • M3, M18 at St. Nicholas Avenue
      • M2 at Edgecomb Avenue or Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard

      The Bx13 bus operates in Manhattan from the George Washington Bridge Bus Station to Yankee Stadium. In Manhattan, you can transfer to the Bx13 from the 1 subway train at 181 St and from the:

      • M5, M98, M100 at the George Washington Bridge Bus Stations
      • M3 at 181st Street and St Nicholas Avenue
      • M101 at Amsterdam Avenue

      By Train

      Take Metro-North Railroad to the new Yankees-East 153rd Street Station; there's direct weekend-game service from the Hudson, Harlem, and New Haven Lines, as well as weekday service, and shuttle trains from Grand Central. Click here for details.

      Travel times to Yankee Stadium from Manhattan
         By train from Grand Central — 15 minutes
         By subway from the Financial District — 40 min
         By subway from 125 Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard — 15 min
         By bus from George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal — 35 min

       

      From the Bronx

      By Subway

      From the Bronx, the easiest ways to Yankee Stadium by subway are the B subwayD subway from Norwood or Bedford Park or the 4 subway from the Woodlawn to 161 St-Yankee Stadium. You can transfer to the 4 subway from the 2 subway5 subway at 149 St-Grand Concourse and from the 6 subway at 125 St in Manhattan.

      By Bus

      Three buses provide service to Yankee Stadium: the Bx6 and Bx13 go directly to the stadium and the Bx1 stops one block away on Grand Concourse.

      You can transfer to the Bx6 from the

      • Bx1 at Grand Concourse
      • Bx32 at Morris Avenue
      • Bx2, Bx41 at Melrose Avenue
      • Bx15, Bx21, Bx55 at 3rd Avenue
      • Bx17 at Prospect Avenue
      • Bx4 at Westchester Av
      • Bx19 at Southern Blvd
      • Bx5 at Bruckner Blvd
      • 6 subway at Hunts Point Av
      • 2 subway5 subway at Intervale Av

      You can transfer to the Bx13 from the Bx11 at West 168th Street and from the Bx3, Bx35, Bx36 at University Avenue

      Along the Grand Concourse, you can transfer to the Bx1 from the 1 subway line at 181 St and from the:

      • Bx33 at East 138 Street
      • Bx2 at East 165th Street
      • Bx35 at East 167th Street
      • Bx11, Bx18 at East 170 Street
      • Bx36 at East Tremont Avenue
      • Bx40,Bx42 at East Burnside Avenue
      • Bx12 at Fordham Road
      • Bx9,Bx25,Bx28 at East Kingsbridge Road
      • Bx25,Bx26 at Bedford Park Boulevard

      And from the

      • Bx34 at Valentine Avenue or Bainbridge Avenue at 194th Street
      • Bx10,Bx28 at Mosholu Parkway and Jerome Avenue
      • Bx2,Bx3 at Fort Independence Street
      • Bx9 at Broadway and 231st Gwb train
      • Bx7,Bx10,Bx20 at West 231st Street and Kingsbridge Avenue

      Travel times to Yankee Stadium from the Bronx
         By subway from Norwood-205 St — 25 min
         By subway from Wakefield-241 St — 45 min

       

      From Brooklyn

      By Subway

      From Brooklyn, the easiest ways to Yankee Gwb train by subway are the B subway from Brighton Beach, from Coney Island, or 4 subway from the Crown Heights to the 161 St-Yankee Stadium station

      In Brooklyn, you can transfer to B subwayD subway4 subway service from the cassidy pornstar src="http://web.mta.info/siteimages/subwaybullets/n.png" alt="N subway">R subway2 subway3 subway5 subway at the Atlantic Av-Barclays Center station.

      Many other trains in Brooklyn can take you to transfer points to the B subwayD subway in Manhattan, including:

      You can transfer to the 4 subway in Manhattan from:

      By Bus

      Brooklyn express buses that operate on Madison Avenue to Grand Central are the X28,X29,BM2, and BM3. From Grand Central take the 4 subway to 161 St-Yankee Stadium. Return service on the express bus lines is on 5th Avenue.

      Travel time to Yankee Stadium from Brooklyn
         By subway from Atlantic Av-Pacific St — 50 min
         By subway from Coney Island — 90 min

       

      From Queens

      By Subway

      There is no direct subway service from Queens to Yankee Stadium, but many Queens subway lines connect to stadium-bound service.

      Major transfer points to the 4 subway are:

      If you are willing to travel a little further into Manhattan, you can get to the B subwayD subway from the E subway at 7 Av or the F subway at 47-50 Sts/Rockefeller Ctr.

      Neither is a cross-platform transfer; you have to cross over to change direction.

      By Bus

      The QM1,QM1A,QM2,QM2A,QM4 express buses from Queens travel into Manhattan travel along 34th Street. From there you can take the B subwayD subway to the 161 St-Yankee Stadium station.

      By Commuter Rail

      If you take the LIRR to Penn Station from Queens, you can transfer to the B subwayD subway at 34 St-Herald Sq, a block away at 6th Avenue, for service to 161 St-Yankee Stadium.

      Travel times to Yankee Stadium from Queens
         By subway from Jamaica-179 St — 60 min
         By subway from Flushing-Main St — 60 min
         By Walmart money card balance espanol and subway from Jamaica Station — 65 min

       

      From Staten Island

      By Subway

      Take any St. George-bound bus or the Staten Island Railway to the Staten Island Ferry. Yankee Stadium is a single subway ride on the 4 subway from Bowling Green station, which is two blocks from the Staten Island Ferry in Lower Manhattan.

      By Bus

      You can take the X10, X17 express buses to Madison Avenue at 41st Street in midtown Manhattan and transfer to 4 subway service at Grand Central to the 161 St-Yankee Stadium station. From the X1, you can exit the bus at its first stop in Manhattan at Battery Place and walk one block to the Bowling Green 4 subway subway station for direct service to 161 St-Yankee Stadium or continue on the bus to 34th Street and 6th Avenue where you can take the B subwayD subway from 34 St-Herald Square to 161 St-Yankee stadium. All three buses provide return service along 5th Avenue.

      Travel time to Yankee Stadium
         By subway from Bowling Green — 40 min
         By subway from 34 St-Herald Sq — 35 min

       

      From Long Island

      The Long Island Rail Road to Penn Station is the easiest way to connect to Yankee Stadium service. Walk one block east to 34 St-Herald Sq and take the B subwayD subway subway line to 161 St-Yankee Stadium.

      Travel time to Yankee Stadium from Long Island depends on your departure point. Check Long Island Rail Road schedules and add 35 minutes for travel from 34 St-Herald Sq to 161 St-Yankee Stadium.

       

      From the Northern Suburbs

      Take Metro-North Railroad to its new Yankees-East 153rd Street Station; there's direct weekend-game service from the Hudson, Harlem, and New Haven Lines, as well as weekday service, and shuttle trains from Grand Central. Click here for details.

       

      From New Jersey

      All New York City-bound New Jersey Transit and Amtrak trains go to Penn Station-New York, which is underneath Madison Square Garden. Take the Queens-bound E subway train gwb train 7th avenue and transfer to the B subwayD subway subway line to 161 St-Yankee Stadium. Or walk one block east to 34 St-Herald Sq and take the B subwayD subway subway line to 161 St-Yankee Stadium.

      Travel time to Yankee Stadium from Orange and Rockland counties and New Jersey depends on your departure point. Check Metro-North and New Jersey Transit schedules for availability and add an additional 35 minutes for the subway trip from 34 St-Herald Sq to 161 St-Yankee Stadium

       

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      Источник: http://web.mta.info/mta/sports/directions_yankees.htm
      Transportation

      Glen Ridge offers a wide variety of transportation options.

      Trains & Buses

      NJ Transit and DeCamp buses to and from the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan and Penn Station in Newark are available on a frequent basis at convenient locations from early in the morning until late at night.

      Commuters by NJ Transit train can arrive in mid-town Manhattan in forty minutes. Weekday train service to Penn Station in New York and to Hoboken is available at gwb train Ridgewood Avenue Train Station. Limited weekend service is provided as well.

      Jitney Service

      Glen Ridge provides commuters with Jitney service to the Ridgewood Avenue Train Station. Details and schedule information can be found here.

      The Borough is close to all major highways and modes of transportation. Interstate 80, Route 46, and Route 3 pass to the north; Interstate 280 passes to the south; and the Garden State Parkway and Route 21 to the east. These major roads provide easy access to the Lincoln and Holland Tunnels, the George Washington Bridge, Newark Airport and the New Jersey Turnpike.

      NJ Transit

      DeCamp Bus Lines

      Источник: https://www.glenridgenj.org/transportation.htm

      George Washington Bridge Bus Station

      New York City commuter bus terminal

      Coordinates: 40°50′56″N73°56′18″W / 40.84889°N 73.93833°W / 40.84889; -73.93833

      The George Washington Bridge Bus Station is a commuterbus terminal located at the east end of the George Washington Bridge in the Washington Heights area of Manhattan in New York City, New York. The bus station is owned and operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. On a typical weekday, approximately 20,000 passengers on about 1,000 buses use the station.[1]

      The building, an example of 1960s urban renewal, has been described as a blight on its surrounding environment[2] and "a brutal assault on the senses".[3] Its upper-level bus ramps cross Fort Washington Avenue, blocking light and the view of the George Washington Bridge.

      Major renovations, including an expansion of retail space from 30,000 to 120,000 square feet (3,000 to 11,000 m2), began in late 2013 and were expected to cost more than US$183 million. Although scheduled to be completed in early 2015, the renovated station reopened on May 16, 2017, two years behind schedule, $17 million over budget, and still unfinished.[4][5][6]

      Description[edit]

      Aerial view of station and I-95

      The station is built over the Trans-Manhattan Expressway (Interstate 95) between 178th and 179th Streets and Fort Washington and Wadsworth Avenues, and features direct bus ramps on and off the upper level of the bridge.

      The building was designed by noted Italian engineer Pier Luigi Nervi and is one of only a few buildings he designed outside of Italy.[7] It opened January 13, 1963 as a replacement for a series of sidewalk bus loading areas that existed between 166th and 167th streets further south.[8] The building is constructed of huge steel-reinforced concretetrusses, fourteen of which are cantilevered from supports in the median of the Trans-Manhattan Expressway, which it straddles. The building contains murals as well as busts of George Gwb train and Othmar Amman, the civil engineer who designed the bridge. The building received the 1963 Concrete Industry Board’s Award.[9]

      The building's roof trusses have been described as resembling butterflies,[10] as seen in aerial views. The entire facility is wheelchair-accessible.[11]

      The renovated waiting room (June 2018)
      Renovated bus boarding area with display screens (November 2017)

      Renovation[edit]

      A renovation of the terminal began in late 2013, after years of delays. It was expected to cost US$183 million. The project was a partnership between the Port Authority and a private company known as GWBBS Development Venture, LLC. Tutor Perini received a $100 million construction contract in August 2013.

      The renovated building was to be improved with better access to local subway stops, displays of bus departure and arrival times, central air conditioning, and full ADA-compliant accessibility to those with disabilities. It will increase retail space from 30,000 to 120,000 square feet (3,000 to 11,000 m2), with large tenants like Marshalls, Key Food, and Blink Fitness.[5][12]

      The renovated station reopened on May 16, 2017, two years behind schedule, $17 million over budget, and still unfinished.[5][6][13][14] The contractor Tutor Perini has filed a $120 million lawsuit against the Port Authority over "delays and cost overruns" incurred on the project.[15]

      The station seen from the western approach in 2006

      Subway connection[edit]

      The complex is served by the 175th Street station of the New York City Subway. The station is on Fort Washington Avenue with entrances at 175th Street and 177th Street, the latter one block south of the bus station.[16] The subway station, operated by the New York City Transit Authority and served by the A train,[17] was part of the Independent Subway System (IND)'s first line, the IND Eighth Avenue Line, which opened in 1932.[18] A pedestrian tunnel, maintained by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, links the bus terminal to the subway station. This tunnel is closed at night.[19]

      The bus station is also within walking distance of the 181st Street station of the same line, and the 181st StreetIRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line station on the 1 train.[17]

      Bus service[edit]

      On September 20, 2017, Greyhound announced that it would be providing service to the station starting September 27, while keeping the Port Authority Bus Terminal as its primary New York City location.[20]

      As of 2020[update], the bus lines detailed below serve the terminal for the New York City Transit Authority, New Jersey Transit, and Coach USA (Rockland Coaches and Short Line).[21] Service is also provided by Spanish Transportation with its Express Gwb train jitneys.[22] Additionally, some OurBus routes serve the George Washington Bridge Bus Station.[23][24]

      MTA Regional Bus Operations[edit]

      Ten local MTA Regional Bus Operations routes stop at a lower level and on the streets outside the station. The M4 stops on Fort Washington Avenue, while the M5, M100 and Bx7 stop on Broadway. The M98, Bx3, Pnb saving account interest rate calculator, Bx13, Bx35 and Bx36 stop on 178th and 179th Streets between Fort Washington Avenue and Broadway. All routes are ADA-accessible.[25][26]

      Route Terminal via notes
      M4The Cloisters or Fort Tryon Park (north)
      Fifth Avenue/32nd Street, Koreatown (south)
      Broadway and Fifth AvenueBus only runs to the Cloisters when the museum is open; it only runs to Fort Tryon Park at all other times.
      M5Broadway/31st Street, Garment DistrictRiverside Drive, Fifth Avenue, and Broadway
      M98 LTDFort Tryon Park (north)
      68th Street/Lexington Avenue (south)
      Harlem River Drive and Lexington AvenueBus only runs during rush hours.
      M100West 220th Street/Broadway, Inwood (north)
      East 125th Street/First American state bank online, East Harlem (south)
      Broadway and Amsterdam Avenues
      Bx3238th Street station, Riverdale, BronxUniversity Avenue
      Bx7West 263rd Street/Riverdale Avenue, Riverdale, Bronx (north)
      168th Street station (south)
      Broadway, Johnson Avenue, Henry Hudson Parkway
      Bx11Simpson Street station, Longwood, Bronx170th Street
      Bx13Bronx Terminal Market (extended to Third Avenue/163rd Street, rush hours) Ogden Avenue and Yankee Stadium
      Bx35Simpson Street station, Longwood, Bronx167th/169th Streets
      Bx36Olmstead Avenue/Seaward Avenue, Castle Hill, Bronx174th/180th Streets

      New Jersey Transit[edit]

      See also: List of NJ Transit bus routes (100–199)

      Route Terminal via notes

      171

      Paterson Broadway Bus TerminalGWB Plaza
      Route 4
      Spanish Transportation operates jitneys along similar route to Paterson

      175

      Ridgewood Bus TerminalGWB Plaza
      New Jersey Route 4
      Hackensack, Paramus, Rochelle Park
      some trips do not stop at
      Bergen Community College

      178

      Hackensack Bus TerminalGWB Plaza, New Jersey Route 4
      Grand Avenue, Teaneck Armory, Englewood Avenue
      Englewood/Teaneck (northern route) variant of Route 182

      181

      Bergenline Ave. StationGWB Plaza, Palisade Avenue, Bergenline AvenueLimited peak and evening service Monday-Saturday. Other times, use Spanish Transportation route, which runs down Bergenline Avenue and continues to Jersey City.

      182

      Hackensack Bus TerminalGWB Plaza, Fort Lee Road, DeGraw AvenueLeonia/Teaneck/Bogota (southern route) variant of 178

      186

      DumontGWB Plaza, Sylvan Avenue, Palisades Avenue, Teaneck Road

      188

      West New YorkGWB Plaza, via River Road Edgewater
      60 Street at Kennedy Boulevard
      Limited weekend service

      Coach USA[edit]

      Rockland Coaches[edit]

      Route Terminals via
      9A & 9AT New City (9A and 9W)
      (full-time)
      Central Nyack (9W) or Stony Point (9)
      (peak service only)
      Sylvan Avenue, Oak Tree Road, Piermont Avenue/River Road, Broadway, Nyack Turnpike (Central Nyack trips only) Lake Road, Main Street, Route 9W (Stony Point is served on select rush-hour trips)

      Short Line Bus[edit]

      Route Service Terminals Serving Notes

      208

      PM peak Montgomery, NY
      Route 211 and Clinton Street
      Washingtonville, Monroe, Central Valley, Ridgewood, NJ
      AM peak East Side, Manhattan
      23rd Street and 2nd Avenue
      Manhattan neighborhoods:
      Washington Heights, Harlem, East Harlem, Yorkville, Upper East Side, Turtle Bay, Murray Hill, Kips Bay.
      • Route owned by the New York State DOT.
      • Does not serve GWB Bus Station and GWB Bridge Plaza.

      See also[edit]

      References[edit]

      1. ^Vanterpool, Veronica (July 6, 2011). "New Life For GW Bridge Bus Station Overhaul". Tri-State Transportation Campaign. Retrieved July 15, 2011.
      2. ^Rizzo, Chris. "Port Authority Renovation Will Begin.Soon". Hudson Heights Gazette. Retrieved August 24, 2016.
      3. ^Rivlin-Nadler, Max. "Port Authority Closes Dilapidated GWB Bus Terminal For Long-Overdue Renovation". Gwb train. Archived from the original on April 25, 2017. Retrieved August 25, 2016.
      4. ^"Port Authority Prepares for Major Overhaul of George Washington Bridge Bus Station" (Press release). Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. June 30, 2011. Retrieved July 15, 2011.
      5. ^ abcPires, Claire (October 28, 2013). "George Washington Bridge Bus Station Is Finally Being Renovated". Northattan. Archived from the original on December 31, 2013.CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)
      6. ^ abPichardo, Carolina (May 16, 2017) "GWB Bus Station Finally Opens, 2 Years Behind Schedule"Archived 2017-06-11 at the Wayback Machine, DNAinfo.
      7. ^Bernstein, Fred A. (November 2, 2004). "Second Look: George Washington Bridge Bus Station / Pier Luigi Nervi, 1963". ArchNewsNow. Retrieved June 11, 2014.
      8. ^"George Washington Bridge Bus Station History". Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Retrieved June 11, 2014.
      9. ^Renner, James (September 1998). "George Washington Bridge Bus Station". Washington Heights & Inwood Online. Archived from the original on April 4, 2010. Retrieved March 27, 2010.
      10. ^Huxtable, Ada Louise (June 15, 2004). "A Landmark Destination: The Bus Station". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved August 25, 2016.
      11. ^"George Washington Bridge Bus Station". www.panynj.gov. Retrieved 2021-01-28.
      12. ^"Port Authority's George Washington Bridge Bus Station Celebrates 50 Years of Regional Commuter Bus Service" (Press release). Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. January 13, 2013. Retrieved June 3, 2013.
      13. ^Strunsky, Steve (January 17, 2013). "GW Bridge Bus Station gets $183 million facelift for 50th birthday". The Star-Ledger. Retrieved June 11, 2014.
      14. ^"Winner revealed for $100 million GW Bridge bus station redo". New York Business Journal. August 8, 2013. Retrieved May 18, 2017.
      15. ^"Central Subway contractor dispute threatens to bust budget". San Francisco Examiner. July 20, 2019. Retrieved July 22, 2019.
      16. ^"MTA Neighborhood Maps: Washington Heights"(PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Authority. 2015. Retrieved July 29, 2016.
      17. ^ ab"Subway Map"(PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Authority. September 2021. Retrieved September 17, 2021.
      18. ^"List of the 28 Stations on the New 8th Av. Line". The New York Times. September 10, 1932. p. 6. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2020-04-21.
      19. ^"Connections - George Washington Bridge Bus Station - The Port Authority of NY & NJ". www.panynj.gov. Retrieved July 30, 2016.
      20. ^"Greyhound Begins Operations From Newly Renovated George Washington Bridge Bus Station". Retrieved 29 November 2017.
      21. ^"Bus Carriers and Routes". Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Retrieved June 1, 2015.
      22. ^"Express Service - Family access wfb Terminals (Where Do You Want to Go)". Spanish Transportation. Archived from the original on October 6, 2012. Retrieved May 14, 2013.
      23. ^"Humanizing Bus Travel

        The effects of moderate exercise training on psychological well-being and mood state in women

        The relationship between moderate exercise training (five 45 min sessions/week, brisk walking at 62 beta +/- 2% VO2max for 15 weeks, psychological well-being and mood state was investigated in a group of 35 sedentary, mildly obese women. A 2 (exercise (EX) (N = 18), and nonexercise (NEX) (N = 17) groups) x 3 (baseline, 6-week, 15-week testing sessions) factorial design was used with data analyzed using repeated measures ANOVA. Four psychological tests were administered: Daily Hassles Scale (DHS), General Well-being Schedule (GWB), Spielberger State Anxiety Inventory (S-Anxiety), and Profile of Woodsville guaranty savings bank plymouth nh States (POMS). The EX and NEX groups had significantly different patterns of change over time for GWB total scores [F(2,66) = 5.72, p = 0.005] and the GWB subscales 'energy level' and 'freedom from health concern or worry'. Scores for the EX group were elevated at both 6 and 15 weeks. General well-being total scores and subscale 'energy level' scores were significantly correlated with improvement in submaximal cardiorespiratory fitness (r = -0.41, p = 0.014; r = -0.40, p = 0.017, respectively). Exercise training also had a significant effect on frequency but not intensity of DHS scores, and S-Anxiety, with a significant decrease seen in the EX group at 6 weeks but not 15 weeks. Profile of Mood States scores were not significantly related to exercise training. These data support the results of other studies that have reported improvement in general psychological well-being with exercise training.

        Источник: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/1920175/

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