Northern State Parkway
Dozens of frustrated drivers found themselves stranded on the side of the road with flat tires during this past weekend’s heavy rainfall.
Police have reported nearly 30 recent break-ins, mostly south of the Northern State Parkway from Manhasset Hills east to Roslyn Heights around Shelter Rock and Searingtown roads.
A storm that dumped nearly an entire summer’s worth of rain in parts of the Tri-State area caused major flooding in some spots, stranding motorists and snarling the morning commute.
A judge Tuesday ordered Dina Lohan to pay over $3,000 in fines and fees. She’ll also perform 100 hours of community service and participate in a drunken driving program.
Repairs will include removing the worn top layer of pavement from travel lanes and shoulders, repairing the base asphalt, improving drainage and installing new a new asphalt surface.
Authorities on Long Island said a police impersonator was on the loose Wednesday, trying to pull over drivers on major roads.
A huge tree crashed onto the busy Northern State Parkway on Long Island Sunday, causing a major traffic nightmare.
A state DOT task force will consider solutions to the problem next month.
One woman said all the shaking and rattling from the ongoing construction project has cracked the foundation of her home.
Have you ever heard the calls of “Are we there yet?” from your children while you’re driving on the Long Island Expressway? Well, now you can give them an answer.
Police said the teen stumbled away from the Dix Hills house party with alcohol in her system and was struck and killed as she tried to walk across the nearby parkway.
Suffolk County police said they arrested Scott Coutts, who was driving eastbound on the westbound lanes of the Sunrise Highway Service Road before striking an SUV.
New York transportation officials will inspect all 450 entrance and exit ramps on Long Island following a wave of wrong-way drunken driving arrests.
Police and emergency responders have been busy all night on Long Island. Slick, icy road conditions are to blame. The thin coating of wet snow and temperatures in the low 20s led to accidents.
The arrests are the fourth and fifth incidents of wrong-way driving in a month. Unlike the other incidents, however, neither arrest early Thursday involved accidents or injuries.