Long Island Expressway
A controversial law permits lane-splitting for motorcyclists in California – but could it ever work in the bustling Tri-State Area?
A long-distance bus caught fire Saturday as it headed down the Long Island Expressway.
It happened at about 4:45 a.m. Monday near Exit 60 in Lake Ronkonkoma. Eastbound lanes in the area were closed while authorities investigated.
A woman was arrested on Long Island Tuesday, after she allegedly struck a Suffolk County police officer with her car and drove off.
A Long Island man has been arrested after police say he crashed his car while driving intoxicated with his two daughters in the car in Dix Hills.
A Long Island man was caught Friday morning driving in the HOV lane with a fake passenger in his vehicle, Suffolk County police said.
The family of a man who was killed in a Queens hit-and-run is fighting to keep his killer behind bars.
Suffolk County Police said a Chevrolet Trailblazer driven by Neil Wade was headed eastbound on the LIE between exits 48 and 49 around 3 a.m. when his vehicle hit a patch of ice and struck the center divider.
The county is looking to replace some $30 million in projected revenue that was lost from the failed school zone speed camera program.
Long Island is right in the bull’s-eye of a massive winter storm which could dump up to two or more feet of snow in some areas.
Around 2:45 a.m., the back door of an armored car traveling east on the LIE near Yellowstone Boulevard in Forest Hills popped open, and a bag full of money fell out.
It happened around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday on the Long Island Expressway between Main Street and Kissena Boulevard in Flushing.
Those despised school speed cameras on Long Island may soon be replaced with other things taxpayers may not like: higher 911 fees and highway billboards.
According to authorities, 25-year-old Ismelda Rodriguez, of Brentwood, was a passenger in a car driven by 27-year-old Daniel Moreira when it struck the back of another vehicle near Exit 49 in Melville at around 3:45 a.m.
New York City is using cameras to catch speeding drivers now more than ever. They’re supposed to help keep pedestrians safe, but some drivers say the city is motivated by something entirely different.