Motorists Can Expect Delays At Queens-Midtown Tunnel

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — AirTrain service to John F. Kennedy International Airport is suspended this weekend.

The shuttle service is suspended so workers can replace steel on the system.

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Shuttle buses will help passengers get between terminals and the Howard Beach and Lefferts Boulevard stations.

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Port Authority officials warn travelers to budget extra time to get to and from the airport.

Meanwhile, the Queens-bound tube of the Queens-Midtown Tunnel will be closed to traffic this weekend until 5:30 a.m. Monday.

One lane should be open in each direction in the remaining tube. Delays should be expected.

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The closure is so that workers can remove ceiling panels damaged during Superstorm Sandy.