Travel Time

A man goes through a full body scanner at John F. Kennedy International Airport - Queens, NY - Oct 22, 2010 - Photo: Sophia Hall / WCBS 880

Eye On New York: On Travel

In this Eye On New York segment, CBS 2’s Dana Tyler discusses what Americans can expect going into one of the busiest travel times of the year.


A woman stands inside a full-body scanner that detects explosives and drugs as a measure of airport security. (CBS)

Pilot Refuses Full-Body Scan, Says TSA Doesn’t Make Travel Safer

A Tennessee pilot who says he’s tired of being manhandled by security agents is waiting to see if he will lose his job because he refused a full body scan.

CBS New York–10/20/2010

Amtrak's new high-speed train would travel up to 220 mph and could take New Yorkers to Boston in less than 90 minutes. (credit: Amtrak)

Amtrak Unveils 220 MPH High-Speed Rail Line Plan

For New Yorkers who do business in Boston or Washington and want to get there in about 90 minutes without the headaches of air travel, Amtrak is hoping to make your dreams come true.

CBS New York–09/28/2010

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Destination: Long Island – Friday, September 3, 2010

Did you hear today’s Destination: Long Island report about moonlight fishing on Great South Bay?


NJ Transit: Take The ‘Train To The Plane’

Did you see the story on NJ Transit’s program to encourage travelers to take the train to Newark Liberty International Airport? They’ve increased service to the station, and family discounts are among new incentives. For […]


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Destination: Long Island – Friday, August 27, 2010

Did you hear (or miss) today’s report about kayaking on the Nissequogue River?


Brooklyn Bridge (credit: CBS 2)

Project To Close Brooklyn Bridge Lanes Starting Monday

You can forget about overnight travel into Manhattan on the Brooklyn Bridge, for a few years at least.


Terminal 4 at JFK Airport (Photo by Michael Nagle/Getty Images)

Delta Plans $1 Billion Expansion At JFK’s Terminal 4

Mayor Bloomberg, Governor Paterson and the CEO of Delta Airlines unveiled plans Wednesday for the expansion and improvement of JFK’s Terminal 4.