We’re still seeing some travel restrictions around the country, including the one in New Jersey that has been causing confusion in the past few days.
The NY State Department of Transportation says that it’s issuing no more than three-day pass holders in the New York City area with two adults and one child.
That means those with a valid driver’s license and an acceptable travel itinerary can get around, but it also means that those without a valid travel visa and a valid passport will have to stay in one of the four affected zones.
That said, you can still travel to NYC and New Jersey, but there’s no longer a limit to how much you can bring into the city.
The new rules also make it much easier for people with a car to get around in NYC.
The city is still enforcing a temporary restriction of cars on the streets, but the city has also released a new list of restricted areas.
The list includes parts of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.
It includes the Brooklyn Bridge, Grand Central Station, JFK, and Penn Station, but you have to be 21 or older to ride on the bridge.
All three of those restrictions are now lifted.
For more New York, you should definitely read our comprehensive guide to the state.
You can check the state’s website to see if there are any other travel restrictions.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.