NYC Travel Restrictions May Affect Blues Travelers,Blues Travelers Say
NEW YORK — New York City is set to limit travel between New York and Washington, D.C., beginning Monday.
Travel restrictions between the two states will be in place until March 15, according to a notice posted Monday by the U.S. Secret Service.
It says travelers are urged to follow the directions posted by the New York State Department of Transportation and to avoid traveling to areas with the highest levels of airborne contaminants and the highest risk of disease transmission.
The New York travel restrictions include:New York City has been dealing with several major public health crises and public health emergencies over the last year and the city is not able to handle all of its traffic congestion in one fell swoop.
It is also the only major U. S. city without a state-run airport, and there are more than 200 international airports in the U and D. C. The airports are located along major highways, some of which are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While the city will have to deal with many of the same traffic and environmental challenges as New York, there are a few things that are different.
For example, New York’s airport is only about 30 miles from Washington, which has about 4,400 flights a day, according the U