Garden State Parkway
A man was killed and two other people were injured early Sunday morning when three vehicles collided on the Garden State Parkway in Union County, state police said.
Thursday’s nor’easter blanketed New Jersey, leaving many communities buried underneath more than a foot of snow.
Attempted murder charges have been filed against a woman who allegedly set her minivan on fire on the Garden State Parkway last month, when two children were still inside.
Authorities believe a northern New Jersey man charged in two gas station hold-ups may also be responsible for a string of robberies across the state.
At least three people were seriously injured when an NJ TRANSIT bus and a van collided on the Garden State Parkway Tuesday night.
State police say a man was struck and killed by a sport utility vehicle while walking on the Garden State Parkway in northern New Jersey.
Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon said that he’s been consulting with traffic engineers and wants to introduce a bill that would increase the speed limits.
A 13-car pileup snagged the northbound Garden State Parkway in Union, N.J. Tuesday afternoon.
Gail Webster, a 21-year-old Passaic resident who was sitting in the back seat, was taken to a hospital but died there a short time later.
Authorities say icy conditions caused a driver to spin out Saturday afternoon on the highway in Lacey Township. Four men in a van, including Espinoza, stopped to help the driver push her car to a safer location.
A New Jersey State Police sergeant who led an unauthorized escort of a high-speed sports car caravan to Atlantic City in 2012 pleaded guilty to altering the numbers on the license plates of his police car during the incident, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced Monday.
The four-foot-wide sinkhole disabled 18 vehicles after it opened up Thursday morning in the right lane at the approach of the Driscoll Bridge near mile marker 128.
The Garden State Parkway will soon be completely free of traffic lights.
Wind gusts up to 89 mph were reported in Surf City on Long Beach Island, after Sandy made landfall.
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