American Automobile Association
When the snow starts to fall, we’re all relieved to see salt spreaders on the roads, keeping conditions safe for drivers. But what if that salt was actually creating different, potentially deadly conditions for motorists, and danger on the roads?
Sunday was one of the busiest travel days of the year as millions of people returned home from the long Thanksgiving weekend. It’s estimated that more than one million people traveled through LaGuardia and the other area airports for the holiday.
The Long Island Expressway was brought to its knees Wednesday by pothole repair crews, as emergency workers tried to keep up with the ripped up roads.
In a dark manifestation of the new normal, lights on major highways are blinking out – and staying that way – and the American Automobile Association says New Yorkers may have to get used to it.
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