Presidents Day Means Closures Throughout The Tri-State Area
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Today is Presidents Day, honoring George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. That means closures and other service changes around the Tri-State Area.
Government offices are closed.
Post offices in New York and New Jersey are handling Express Mail only. In New York City, self-service kiosks at the main post office on Eighth Avenue and 32nd Street are open. In Connecticut, all postal service is suspended.
Banks throughout the area have the option to close.
Alternate-side parking regulations are suspended in New York City.
There’s no trash pickups, street cleaning or recycling by the Department of Sanitation in NYC.
Schools are closed in New York and Connecticut. In New Jersey, school closures are optional.
Stock and bond markets are closed.
There are schedule changes for mass transit. In New York, subways and buses are operating on a Saturday schedule. The Long Island Rail Road is operating on a weekend schedule, but has added some trains. Metro-North is operating on a Saturday schedule. The State Island ferry is operating on a holiday schedule. Check traffic and transit here.
NJ TRANSIT trains are operating on a weekend schedule. Light rail and bus lines are operating weekend or holiday schedules. You can check schedules by clicking here. PATH trains are running on a Sunday schedule.