Some New Jersey lawmakers are turning their ire over New York's plan to charge motorists an additional toll for entering midtown Manhattan into action they say will blunt some of the impact — with out-of-state drivers footing the bill.
The New York City sheriff and other authorities are reminding travelers arriving in New York City by car and train that they must quarantine for two weeks if they have been to states with high rates of coronavirus infection.
No, that wasn’t the Hudson River leaking into the Lincoln Tunnel as anxious commuters sat in their cars fearing the worst.
The tolls on bridges and tunnels connecting New York City to northern New Jersey are going up in 2010 to help fund more than $30 billion in capital projects.
A car fire in the Lincoln Tunnel has caused all lanes of traffic in the center tube to be closed in both directions.
A sanitation truck lost control, crashed into several cars, flipped over a railing, and careened nose-first and upside down onto Route 495 in Union City, New Jersey. The calamity caused a traffic nightmare during the pre-holiday rush.
Without any major announcement, the DOT changed the traffic pattern on Tuesday to one-way along southbound 11th Ave. from 57th St. to the Lincoln Tunnel.
The rehabilitation of the Route 495 Bridge over Route 1&9 and Paterson Plank Road is underway.
A major rehabilitation project is happening at the Route 495 viaduct on the New Jersey side. The plan is to close two lanes on the bridge near the Lincoln Tunnel. The project won't be complete until 2021, so it will snarl traffic in and out of the city for a long time.
On August 17 at 9 p.m., two lanes of traffic along Route 495 near the Lincoln Tunnel will be closed for two years.
The Lincoln Tunnel has been an essential link between New York and New Jersey for nearly 85 years. It is a lifeline for thousands of commuters from home to work. And now, things are going to get much more complicated. A major rehabilitation project is happening at the Route 495 viaduct on the New Jersey side. The plan is to close two lanes.
A crash involving two New Jersey Transit buses at the Lincoln Tunnel around 10 a.m. Friday injured 32 people, including eight seriously. None of the injuries were considered to be life-threatening. The buses, one from Wayne and one from Oradell, were in an inbound lane of the center tube when they collided.
Dozens of people were injured when two NJ Transit buses collided inside the Lincoln Tunnel.
Is it blind faith? Why do we follow our GPS even when we think it is wrong? A bicycle deliveryman found that out the hard way and ended up in the Lincoln Tunnel. Cops pulled him over and slapped with a summons.