FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 29, 2022
Free Shuttle Service to Run for Fourth of July Festivities
KINGSTON, NY – Mayor Steven T. Noble and Ulster County Area Transit are pleased to announce that there will be a free shuttle service running to the waterfront area on Monday, July 4th for the fireworks display.
The free shuttle service will make regular pick-ups from the Kingston Plaza (adjacent to the ballfield off of Westbrook Lane), from the Cornell Street parking lot (Thomas Street lot near Little Italy), and along Broadway at the Governor Clinton, the Andy Murphy Center, and Yosman Towers, dropping off at Garraghan Drive. There will also be a continuous shuttle from the parking lot at Kingston Point Beach. Busses will start picking up at 5:00pm and the last bus will depart the Rondout at 11:30pm.
“A huge thanks to UCAT for providing the community with a free shuttle service to enjoy the Fourth in a safe and convenient way,” said Mayor Noble. “We encourage folks to take advantage of the shuttle service, as parking will be very limited in the Rondout area. We look forward to celebrating the Fourth, and wish everyone a safe and happy holiday.”
The fireworks are being sponsored by Ole Savannah and O’Connor & Partners, The fireworks will be set off from a barge in the Rondout Creek and will be visible east of the 9W Bridge just after dark. Parking will be limited.
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