Roads were shut down and traffic was snagged on the New Jersey side of the Lincoln Tunnel Tuesday evening, after someone called in a threat to police.
A chain-reaction crash at the Lincoln Tunnel in the tube leading out of New York City created a traffic standstill on both sides of the Hudson River during Wednesday’s morning commute.
Commuting into New York City is more than just a commute –it’s a lifestyle. But with all the congestion and traffic, we sometimes forget the beautiful scenic views we come across as we head into NYC.
Starting on Sunday at 3 a.m. drivers will have to pay more to cross Port Authority bridges and tunnels.
An annual emergency response drill will cause closures on the New York bound side of the Holland Tunnel on Sunday morning.
Delays estimated at 90 minutes were reported in the outbound Lincoln Tunnel Wednesday evening, following a multi-vehicle accident.
The Lincoln Tunnel was back open Wednesday night, but delays persisted hours after the outbound tunnel was closed due to a truck debris spill.
A luxury apartment building rising from the Weehawken waterfront is blocking that beautiful panorama on the Lincoln Tunnel helix.
The agency says the decrease reflects a program that was established in 1998 to reduce motor vehicle accidents.
If you ride three bus routes on NJ TRANSIT to get home from Manhattan during the week, you might be able to cut your commuting time.
If you’ve ever wanted to run under the Hudson River then this Sunday morning is for you.
The non-specific threat was made by phone Thursday morning.
Commuters heading to into New York City from New Jersey are now paying more after the next phase of Port Authority toll hikes kicked in over the weekend.
The AAA has gone to federal court, trying to roll back the Port Authority hikes that will make the toll $15 cash by 2015.
The cash toll the George Washington Bridge, Holland Tunnel, Lincoln Tunnel, Goethals Bridge, Bayonne Bridge and Outerbridge Crossing will increase $1 to $13.