A study conducted by Texas A&M finds New York is the fourth worst region for rush hour traffic in the entire country.
It was a tough morning commute for drivers and NJ TRANSIT customers after three separate incidents snarled traffic and transit in and out of New York City on Monday.
Traffic is moving again on the westbound side of the Long Island Expressway after a tractor-trailer overturned early Thursday morning.
A smoky, fiery inferno erupted on the New Jersey Turnpike in Linden Tuesday morning, after authorities said a dump truck struck beneath an underpass and ended up on its side – leaving the driver dead.
This year, there will be everything from a giant 270-foot water slide at Foley Square to art walking tours, bike rentals, a dog park and a zipline.
Traffic is moving again after a fuel spill from a jackknifed tractor-trailer briefly closed the upper level of the George Washington Bridge Monday morning.
The state Department of Transportation said the construction project will tie up the expressway for about two years.
The study by WalletHub.com calculated traffic delays, the likelihood of having an accident, gas prices and parking rates.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the vehicle ban earlier in June.
According to the city’s Department of Transportation, average Manhattan traffic speeds declined from 9.35 mph to 8.51 mph between 2010 and 2014.
The long Memorial Day weekend marks the start of the summer driver season, and for many, the alternating open roads and traffic jams became a reality Thursday night.
A collision between a tractor-trailer and several vehicles on the Tappan Zee Bridge has been cleared.
It happened around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday on the Long Island Expressway between Main Street and Kissena Boulevard in Flushing.
Police said several vehicles were involved, including a tractor-trailer.
Among the tweaks, Port Authority officers are now managing traffic at the Lincoln Tunnel during peak driving hours, so buses are no longer being diverted into a long line along Tenth Avenue.