Surge of migrants to NYC slows as border limits end

Migrants are pictured in the processing area at Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan after arriving by bus from Texas May 3. Luiz C. Ribeiro/New York Daily News/TNS

NEW YORK — The anticipated surge of migrants after a federal border restriction expired was more of a slow drip Saturday as only three buses with 124 new arrivals pulled into Midtown.

Power Malu, executive director of Artists Athletes Activists, said his group is also assisting a growing number of migrants coming into the Big Apple by plane, with daily arrivals growing to about 200.

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