The accident between a truck and a car occurred around 2:30 a.m. in Rye near a ramp where I-287 and I-95 meet.
Bone chilling weather has contributed to a problem that has New York drivers steaming mad.
A major traffic jam on the southbound lanes of Interstate 95 caused a backup of up to three hours before clearing up just after 7 p.m.
The man indicated that he was armed but did not brandish a weapon, according to a press release issued by the Fairfield Police Detective Bureau.
The 8-mile stretch near Norwalk, Conn., accounts for more than 10 percent of I-95 crashes in Connecticut.
The state Department of Transportation says work on the highways southbound was completed on Sunday instead of Monday, when it was expected to finish.
“If you put all the structurally deficient bridges end to end from New York, you’d end up in Colorado somewhere, according to Steve Davis with the group Transportation for America.
Motorists can fill up at any one of the 24 fueling points and, according to Paul Landino, who oversees the massive project, amenities such as the internet, electric power, air conditioning, and heat are offered to weary truckers.
New York is among the most congested cities in America and one of its highways the worst road for traffic in the country, according to a new study.
A project in Connecticut will hopefully be a gain in the long-term, but will be pain in the short-term.
What is the worst day of the week for traffic in the Tri-State area? The answer might surprise you.
Making your commute smoother down the road requires pain now.
The National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday said the low-fare bus company, Sky Express, had no regard for passenger safety.
Officials expect backups in the eastbound direction across the George Washington Bridge and into Interstates 80, 95 and the Palisades Parkway, which could cause traffic to back up for miles into New Jersey.
A construction project starting this weekend on the New York side of the bridge is sure to create a traffic nightmare for commuters in New Jersey. And, it seems, many drivers are just learning about it.