Winter may be long gone, but its effects still lingered in parts of New Jersey as June began – and drivers were feeling the pain.
The “7” subway line is suspended this weekend between Times Square in Manhattan and 74th Street-Broadway in Queens.
It has been 19 months since Superstorm Sandy hit the Tri-State Area, but the rebuilding process has been painfully slow. Thousands have claimed they are being short-changed when it comes to getting the insurance money they need.
An end was in sight at last Tuesday to the pothole problem along 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.
A Pennsylvania man was in court Monday, charged with bilking Long Island homeowners out of thousands of dollars for air conditioning work he never performed.
The Newark Public School District said the state has committed $100 million to repair its public schools.
Three westbound lanes on the upper level of the George Washington Bridge will be closed Sunday night into Monday morning, as repair work on the bridge continues.
Major delays were expected Saturday night on the George Washington Bridge, as police closed three of the four upper lanes in both directions for repairs.
Another rough commute to New Jersey was set to persist into the morning hours Tuesday.
Many veterans were taking part in a different kind of service Saturday, helping those who have continued to suffer a year after Superstorm Sandy.
One day short of a year after Superstorm Sandy, lives remain uprooted and a long journey remains before normal life resumes in Lindenhurst, Long Island.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Saturday that the reconstruction of the Montague Tunnel that sends the R Train under the East River is well under way, with federal funding in place to get the job done.
The popular outdoor spot was far from being rebuilt when CBS 2’s cameras stopped by on Wednesday and residents were disappointed.
Overnight train service between Queens and Manhattan on the E, F, M and R subway lines will be disrupted this week for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s FASTRACK repair program.