At 3.6 miles, the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge features one of the longest shared use paths in the United States. Located on the northern side of the bridge’s westbound span, cyclists and pedestrians encounter six scenic overlooks, interpretive signage and works of public art as they cross the Hudson River. Food, restrooms, and other amenities are available at each landing in Rockland and Westchester counties.
For more information about the path, visit the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge website.
.Visitors are strongly encouraged to check the bridge’s Twitter account (@GMMCB) for updates on parking lot status and weather conditions.
Click here for press release.
Hudson Link H05 and H07 buses travel over the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge connecting Rockland and Westchester counties. The H05 stops at South Nyack (the path’s Rockland Landing). The H07 stops at South Nyack and Route 119 (the path’s Westchester Landing).
For H05 scheules click here.
For H07 schedules click here
Face coverings must be worn at all times during the duration of the bus ride.
Take the train to the Tarrytown Train Station or White Plains and just catch Hudson Link to the to the path. On the weekends there will be a free shuttle bus from the Tarrytown Train Station or you can take the H07. If you are traveling through White Plains, hop on the H05 to South Nyack stop to to the path’s Rockland Landing.
Use the Hudson Link Grand Central Terminal Interactive Scheduler to plan your trip to the path Monday - Thursday. Click here to go to scheduler.
All Hudson Link buses are equipped with bike racks that can accommodate three adult standard-sized bikes. Customers load/unload their own bicycles on the bike rack. Bikes cannot be accommodated onboard (except for folding bikes*) or in the luggage compartment. Bike Racks are located at many of the Hudson Link bus shelters. Click here for a video on how to use the bike rack.
*Folding bikes are permitted aboard buses at all times. Please fold your bike before boarding and don't block the aisle.
No matter what side of the path you end up on there are plenty of things to do. Both Nyack and Tarrytown have great outdoor dining options and vistas. Be prepared to spend the day exploring.