Good news for commuters Friday morning following the severe weather that impacted our area and caused major service disruptions on the Long Island Rail Road Thursday night.
This morning’s commute was much smoother, with NJ Transit having recovered from this week’s derailment. But it might not be smooth for much longer.
A new study suggests the time you’re spending on the roads and rails might be paving a path to separation or even divorce.
Planned work on the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, E, B, D, F, M, L, N, Q, R, S lines could make for a confusing commute for New Yorkers and tourists alike.
The driver of the truck was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Police said he lost control when another car cut him off.
It’s been a rough day for commuters Thursday following latest winter storm. Here are some helpful links and information so you can know the conditions before you hit the roads.
Another storm bore down on the Tri-State area on Wednesday, bringing groans and the potential for as much as a foot of new snow to areas already buried by a winter that is on track to be the worst in years.
The MTA was to begin the latest phase of the “Culver Viaduct Rehabilitation Project” on Monday.
“We’re trying to dig out our stranded buses. We’re working very closely with the Department of Sanitation but many roads are still impassable,” said Deirdre Parker of New York City Transit.
With 12 to 18 inches expected to fall in New Jersey, NJ Transit said it’s taking steps to minimize delays and ensure service reliability throughout Sunday’s storm.
A Corrections Department spokeswoman says 27-year-old Brian Aitken, who was found with guns he’d purchased legally in Colorado, left Mid-State Correctional Facility Tuesday morning.
Foggy conditions will continue through Monday night, along with evening rain and showers after midnight.