The United States Tennis Association is working with New York authorities to identify routes to get fans home from the US Open, according to spokesperson Chris Widmaier.
The USTA is sending vehicles out to look for routes away from the venue at Flushing Meadows, Queens, according to Widmaier.
“Our goal is to get people out safely,” he said.
Limited train services are running from stations near the venue, Widmaier said.
The US Open, tennis' final major tournament of the year, is scheduled to run until September 12.