After the mass-exodus of Tri-State Area residents for the Thanksgiving holiday, a traffic expert had a warning about the influx of return residents.
The city recently changed traffic around the Hunts Point Cooperative Market to one-way as crews install bike lanes, trees and paths to the area.
It happened on the southbound side of the highway near 80th Street.
Nearly a dozen cars were involved in the crash that happened around 4:30 a.m. Tuesday in the eastbound HOV lanes near Sixth Avenue.
Repairs on the bridge were expected to last through Tuesday morning.
In some ways, computers make ideal drivers: They don’t drink and then climb behind the wheel.
After experiencing power problems, it doesn’t appear service will be returning to normal any time soon on Metro-North’s New Haven line, leaving tens of thousands of commuters traveling in and out of New York City scrambling to devise alternative routes to and from work.We’re here to help. Here, find links and info to help you navigate the changes to your commute.
The United Nations General Assembly is getting under way Monday, meaning New Yorkers can expect major traffic headaches on Manhattan’s East Side all week.
Three lanes of the inbound upper deck were closed due to the tanker leak. The incident happened around 3:15 p.m., authorities said. The tanker was cleared as of 4 p.m. but delays remained, authorities said.
Fans stuck in traffic coming home from the Taylor Swift concert at MetLife Stadium Saturday night likely thought they were never, ever getting home.
A 47-year-old man was driving east on the L.I.E. when he somehow lost control of his Nissan SUV and hit the center median, police said.
The Port Authority said the traffic nightmare all started when an RV caught fire on lower level of the bridge.
Both lanes were shut down in Yonkers due to a suspicious package. The all-clear was given around 5:15 p.m.
AAA Travel projects 34.8 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the Memorial Day holiday weekend, a 0.9 percent decrease from the 35.1 million people who traveled last year.
The $25.6 million project at the busy intersection of Routes 347 and 112 at Port Jefferson Station is designed to improve traffic flow and safety.