Car Catches Fire On Cross County Parkway, Snarling TrafficThe fire took place between Exits 6 and 7 and forced the closure of an eastbound lane.
Late Winter Storm Brings Snow, Ice To Tri-StateThe storm that started overnight Monday and early Tuesday dumped up to six inches of snow in some spots, making for dangerous and deadly driving conditions.
AAA: More Needed To Prevent Tractor Trailers From Hitting Parkway OverpassesThe report, which was released Tuesday, identifies 10 locations in Westchester County where trucks have hit low clearance bridges and overpasses the most between the years 2002 and 2011.
Roads Reopened, Water Flowing In Yonkers After Water Main BreakThe Cross County Parkway and all but one lane of the Saw Mill River Parkway have been reopened and workers have completed pipe work on a broken water main in Yonkers.
Progress Being Made After Yonkers Water Main Break; Boil Water Advisory Remains In EffectThe city is providing drinking water to senior and nursing homes. A list of water distribution stations can be found inside this post.
Yonkers Water Main Break Continues To Cause Problems For Roadways, Residents Flooding closed parts of the Saw Mill River and Cross County parkways earlier in the day and prompted a boil water advisory. As of Monday night, work crew had not been able to completely remedy the situation.
Transportation Planners Identify Worst Traffic Bottlenecks In NYC AreaSome of the top ten traffic bottlenecks in the New York City area are not in the five boroughs, but those roads that go around them, according to a new study.
Tri-State Area Has Some Of America's Most Unreliable RoadsThe Cross Bronx Expressway and the Van Wyck Expressway are reliably awful, but some of the New York City area roadways are, according to the Texas Transportation Institute, reliably unreliable when it comes to traffic jams.
Sign Of The Times: Lights Going Dark On Major Area HighwaysIn 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.