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Old September 12th, 2003, 02:44 PM
Alan Follett
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(Fustanella) wrote:

Someone mentioned a light-rail leg from the
airport to the subway which may or may not
be available yet. Ask around; everyone I
talked to was friendly and helpful.


That'd be the JFK AirTrain.

http://www.panynj.gov/airtrain/

It's not open yet, but according to the Port Authority website the first
leg, between JFK and the Howard Beach subway station, is still expected
to open before the end of the year. (New Yorkers may have seen a
specific opening date; I haven't.) A later phase will also connect JFK
with the Long Island Rail Road at Jamaica.

Alan Follett

 




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