Governor Andrew Cuomo tours the Hugh Carey Tunnel and Path Station, surveying damage in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Ida Siegal reports.
The wind, flooding and power outages Hurricane Sandy brought to the tri-state area caused an unprecedented number of New York City's bridges and tunnels to close Monday.
The Majority of the city's bridges are now open, while most of the major tunnels are still closed due to flooding.
Here is a list of the remaining closures as of Tuesday night:
Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel - Closed
Queens Midtown Tunnel - Closed
Holland Tunnel - Closed
Cross Bay Veterans Memorial Bridge - Closed
Joseph P. Addabbo Memorial Bridge - Closed