Take Metro-North to the
Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge Path
For the first time, cyclists and pedestrians now can cross the Hudson River between Westchester and Rockland counties. At 3.6 miles, the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge Path is the longest shared use path in the United States.
In addition to providing a new connection for non-motorized travel, the path features six overlooks and interpretive displays, with public art and amenities at each landing, offering an exciting and unique recreational experience. Each overlook was designed in partnership with the community and celebrates the rich history of the Hudson Valley.
You can preview the Historic Hudson River Towns tours on the web remotely visit here. When you get in your Zipcar, download the free TravelStorys app from the APP or Google Play stores, search for Historic Hudson River Towns, pick the tour of your choice (driving, walking or biking) and you’ll be on your way!
HOW TO GET THERE
Take Metro-North to the Tarrytown Station or White Plains Station and catch Hudson Link to the path. On the weekends there will be a free shuttle bus from Tarrytown Station or you can take the H07. If you are traveling through White Plains, hop on the H05 to South Nyack stop to the path’s Rockland Landing.
For more information about Hudson Link and bus schedules go to: www.ridehudsonlink.com/about/the-path
For more information about the path, visit the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge website.
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