New Jersey Turnpike
The effects of Wednesday’s dump truck crash into an I-195 overpass near exit 7A on the New Jersey Turnpike are still being felt.
A tractor trailer fire has caused damage to an overpass of I-195 that passes over the New Jersey Turnpike, which led to a closure of both roadways.
Greg Nelson was recovering at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital on Thursday following the horrific accident the night before.
What is the worst day of the week for traffic in the Tri-State area? The answer might surprise you.
The future will not be free. There will be tolls. But how you give up your money will change.
Firefighters from North Hudson Regional Fire and Rescue are often among the first on the scene for incidents at the Lincoln Tunnel, commuter train and Amtrak tunnels and the New Jersey Turnpike.
The driver of a tractor-trailer was killed Thursday morning after his rig crashed and partially went off an exit ramp on the New Jersey Turnpike.
The car eventually became pinned against a concrete barrier and was then dragged for about a half-mile before it and the truck struck another vehicle. The car then became stuck under the tractor-trailer.
You’re not going to avoid a toll on the Garden State Parkway, but you might avoid stopping at a toll plaza.
New Jersey state police say around 1:30 p.m. Monday, a tractor-trailer collided with a dump truck in the northbound outer lanes just before Interchange 9.
The state’s Motor Vehicle Commission is threatening more than 100 repeat toll cheats with suspension of their registrations.
This morning, gas prices were raised to $3.60 a gallon at stations along the Garden State Parkway and New Jersey Turnpike.
E-ZPass is supposed to be easier, faster and cheaper. But how would you feel if you knew the driver next to you was paying less for the same service? When millions of drivers signed up for EZ-Pass they thought it meant the end of throwing money out the window.
The national average for a gallon of gas shot up again Thursday to $3.61. So far, that’s a 33 cent spike since the first of the year and it’s 42 cents more than you were paying this time last year.
If you plan to drink on Super Bowl Sunday, make sure you have a way to get home safely. Cops will be out in force looking for drunk drivers.