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Season Opening for The Path in Rockland and Westchester This Past Weekend

The highly anticipated season opening of The Path in Rockland and Westchester is set for May 25, 2024. This scenic route offers a must-see experience, boasting breathtaking views and impressive public art. Visitors are encouraged to take advantage of the free Hudson Link Shuttles, which will be in service from Rockland to Westchester during The Path’s operating hours. Shuttle schedules can be found below.

About The Path

The Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge’s shared use path, stretching 3.6 miles, is one of the longest in the United States. Located on the northern side of the bridge’s westbound span, it features six scenic overlooks, interpretive signage, and public art installations. Cyclists and pedestrians can enjoy amenities such as food and restrooms available at the landings in Rockland and Westchester counties.

For more detailed information about The Path, visit the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge website. It is advisable to check the bridge’s Twitter account (@GMMCB) for updates on parking lot status and weather conditions before planning your visit.

Transportation Information

Hudson Link Buses:

  • H05 and H07 buses travel over the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, connecting Rockland and Westchester counties.
    • H05 stops at South Nyack (the path’s Rockland Landing).
    • H07 stops at South Nyack and Route 119 (the path’s Westchester Landing).

Metro-North Railroad:

  • Take the train to Tarrytown Train Station or White Plains and then catch the Hudson Link to The Path.
    • On weekends, a free shuttle bus is available from Tarrytown Train Station.
    • The H07 bus also serves this route.
    • From White Plains, take the H05 to South Nyack for access to The Path’s Rockland Landing.

Traveling from NYC:

  • Use the Hudson Link Grand Central Terminal Interactive Scheduler to plan your trip to The Path from Monday to Thursday.

Bike-Friendly Services:

  • All Hudson Link buses are equipped with bike racks that can accommodate three adult standard-sized bikes. Cyclists must load and unload their own bicycles. Bikes cannot be accommodated onboard (except for folding bikes) or in the luggage compartment. Bike racks are available at many Hudson Link bus shelters.

Local Attractions and Activities

Both Nyack and Tarrytown offer a variety of outdoor dining options and beautiful vistas, making them perfect for a day of exploration. Whether you end your journey on the Rockland or Westchester side, you’ll find plenty to do and see.

Plan your visit now to experience the stunning views and vibrant art installations of The Path.

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