New Jersey Department of Transportation
This weekend marked the first of eight weekends for which the Pulaski Skyway was to be closed in both directions.
After a fatal collision earlier this month between a Metro-North train and a sport-utility vehicle in Valhalla, new concerns have been mounting about the safety of other rail crossings in the region.
The right-hand lane of the Route 3 bridge eastbound over the Hackensack River was closed Wednesday because of cracks in its support structure.
The right eastbound lane of Route 3 over the Hackensack River was set to be shut down for two weeks, after crews discovered a structural deficiency.
Infrastructure problems on roads and bridges are causing great pain in New Jersey, and the source for funding to fix them is up in the air.
The New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund has been running dry, and as of Monday, there was still no plan place to replenish it.
Holland Tunnel work completed much earlier than anticipated, the New Jersey State Police said on Twitter.
he state Transportation Department spent $138 million on state highways, “which is about the total of what we spent the past three years combined,” New Jersey Department of Transportation spokesman Steve Schapiro said.
The aging span is scheduled for a major makeover to replace the bridge deck and give the roadway another 75 years of life.
An end was in sight at last Tuesday to the pothole problem along the Palisades Interstate Parkway.
The next time you get the urge to bash the “mainstream media,” take a smooth ride on the Palisades Interstate Parkway.
Residents are fed up with the potholes on the Palisades Parkway in New Jersey, while officials continue to deny responsibility for repaving it.
New Jersey DOT Commissioner Jim Simpson said they’re only anticipating a 4 percent increase of drivers on Staten Island as a result of the span closures. The inbound Skyway will be closed for two years starting next month.
Forecasters say snow is expected to begin falling Wednesday night and slow the commute into work Thursday.
A winter storm began bearing down on parts of the Tri-State area Thursday morning, promising heavy snow, strong winds and frigid temperatures