Atlantic City Expressway
Authorities say a woman was killed and two other people were hurt when a car traveling on a southern New Jersey highway suddenly left the road and flipped over.
The call boxes that dot the Atlantic City Expressway are headed for the scrap heap, being replaced by signs with a phone number to call for help.
The South Jersey Transportation Authority, which operates the highway, said crews will start removing the boxes Monday and replace them with road signs that provide drivers with a telephone number to call for assistance.
The South Jersey Transportation Authority is first going after owners of vehicles with New Jersey plates — individuals or businesses that owe more than $200 in unpaid tolls.
Crews are in the final phases of extending the third westbound lane on the AC Expressway from the Garden State Parkway to Hammonton.
A South Jersey man was arrested on Monday after motorists made numerous complaints about a suspicious looking “police car” that was driving erratically on the Atlantic City Expressway.
State officials say smoke from the area may be affecting traffic on the Black Horse Pike and the Atlantic City Expressway, which border the area.
Crews are battling a forest fire in a remote section of southern New Jersey’s Hamilton Township, west of Atlantic City.
Drivers coming home from Atlantic City on Sunday night know the delays when three lanes of homebound traffic squeeze down to two on the AC Expressway.
The Atlantic City Expressway is ready to join the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway in a unique way to target toll cheaters: go after their vehicle registrations.
A man was seriously injured after the car he was driving exploded today near the entrance to the Atlantic City Expressway.
“The construction is now at the Farley Service Plaza and basically it’s on schedule for completion summer of 2012,” says Sharon Gordon with the South Jersey Transportation Authority.
Last weekend, New Jersey governor Chris Christie was telling people to stay away from the shore with Hurricane Irene battering the East coast. Now, the welcome mat is back out just in time for Labor Day weekend.
The arrests of two juveniles in Atlantic County is hoped to put an end to a recent rash of rock and debris-throwing incidents on the eastern end of the Atlantic City Expressway.
A pair of 12-year-old boys have been arrested by New Jersey state troopers in South Jersey, accused of throwing debris off an overpass into traffic on the Atlantic City Expressway.