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.
It has been nearly 20 years since the New Jersey side of the Palisades Parkway has been re-done now, drivers are going to see action.
Complaints are becoming action after CBS 2 confronted the state’s stop transportation official, who admitted the roadway is an embarrassment.
Residents are fed up with the potholes on the Palisades Parkway in New Jersey, while officials continue to deny responsibility for repaving it.
CBS 2′s Hazel Sanchez was on the Palisades Parkway in Bergen County, N.J. Wednesday night and it didn’t take long before she was dodging pothole after pothole.
It’s pothole season and there are a lot of roads that make you cringe while driving. On Tuesday some of the more troubling spots in the Tri-State Area were examined.
There have been numerous accidents reported on the southbound lanes of the Palisades Parkway near the George Washington Bridge.
Numerous entities are suing LG to prevent the construction of buildings like the ones in Edgewater and Ft. Lee, which have changed the iconic view of the Palisades forever.
Officials expect backups in the eastbound direction across the George Washington Bridge and into Interstates 80, 95 and the Palisades Parkway, which could cause traffic to back up for miles into New Jersey.
A major construction project on the Alexander Hamilton Bridge is now under way, so get ready for some added stress and miles of backups all the way into New Jersey.
Starting late on Saturday night there will be plenty for drivers to deal with when crossing the George Washington Bridge into New York. It’s all because of construction, and the headache will continue into the fall.
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It all began when two men picked up a woman in New York and drove to Fort Lee where the driver attempted to sexually assault her, said Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli.