Major New Component Of The Permanent Roadway Network At Laguardia Airport Goes Into Effect Saturday, December 21
Westbound Exit 6 of the Grand Central Parkway to be permanently closed; westbound drivers accessing Terminals B, C, & D and 94th Street must use Exit 7
A major new piece of the permanent roadway network at LaGuardia Airport will open on Saturday.
Starting at 5 a.m., a new section of westbound Exit 7 off the Grand Central Parkway (GCP) will enable drivers to take a route that involves less merging on their ride to the Delta Terminals (Terminals C & D). Drivers heading to C&D will keep right after exiting. Drivers heading to Terminal B and 94th Street will continue straight ahead after exiting the GCP.
Westbound Exit 6 on the Grand Central Parkway (GCP) will be permanently closed starting tomorrow. All westbound GCP traffic bound for Terminals B, C, D and 94th Street must use Exit 7.
There will be updated directional signage installed on the GCP to assist westbound drivers using the new traffic patterns.
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