The bumps and holes are nearly impossible to avoid in the road’s right hand lane where many drivers were left clutching their steering wheels and hoping to avoid flat tires.
The New York City Department of Transportation has been firing on all cylinders this spring, working to fill all the potholes left behind by the brutal winter.
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.
Two eastbound lanes on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway were set to shut down Monday night, as state Department of Transportation crews began a resurfacing project.
Potholes Causing Headaches For Motorists
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.
Road crews will conduct overnight repairs over the next two weeks. As a result, there will be some lane closures from Nyack to Spring Valley between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.
State lawmakers exempted the state from having to reimburse drivers for pothole-releated damages during winter months.
Any drivers around the five boroughs of New York City or in New Jersey can now download an app to help others spot where the potholes are.
The TRIP report said fuel is needlessly wasted when drivers sit in traffic. Experts said not enough has been invested into roadways.
The town has summoned employees from other departments to assist highway workers to repair the large number of craters that have popped up following a barrage of winter storms.
State Assemblyman Tom Abinanti has called on the state Department of Transportation to shift repairs into emergency mode.
Potholes, road salt and other wintertime hazards have wreaked havoc on cars all across the region.
Mayor de Blasio has waged a war against potholes in New York City.