George Washington Bridge Bus Station Evacuated for Gas Leak

The George Washington Bridge bus station was evacuated on Wednesday morning for a gas leak, according authorities.

The station, which has stops for Port Authority and MTA buses, was cleared out at about 10:30 a.m. after construction workers there reported smelling gas. 

Traffic has not been impacted, but all buses were rerouted around the station. 

Con Edison said that the leak originated at a service curb valve in front of the station. 

The station is currently undergoing renovation and is operating out of a trailer at Fort Washington Avenue and 179th Street.

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