It’s a lot easier this fall to plan a vacation with your family, but there are still some things you should be aware of.1.
The NY State travel advisory is still in effect and it’s still very much a guidepost.
The new rule applies to New Yorkers and anyone traveling from outside the state.
The New York State Department of Transportation has said that New Yorkers who want to visit the Big Apple should “stay at least 50 miles from the nearest subway station” and stay at least 100 miles from any other public transportation system.
The department also says that any traveler who travels outside the city and does not have a valid New York state driver’s license must “check-in” with the agency at the airport, which will determine whether or not they can fly.
This is not a new rule, and the New York DOT is issuing an updated version every year.2.
This list will likely grow in coming months.
The DOT has said it expects to issue “additional guidance” about New York travel restrictions starting next week.
The guidance will also provide information on when and where you can visit certain locations, like museums, theaters, or restaurants.
In other words, this list could become even longer as we head into the fall.3.
If you do want to make an extended visit, don’t go ahead.
New York has always been an “airport-free zone” and has a long history of welcoming tourists to its state, and travelers should check the NYC Travel Guide before flying out of the city.
New Yorkers are permitted to fly into New York, and you should not have to worry about getting checked in or waiting in lines at airports.
It is also important to note that New York will still have a state-mandated curfew from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., and it will still be illegal to drive through the city without a license.
There are no “special restrictions” on driving in the city beyond the 10 p, 12 a.