Garden State Parkway
Sgt. Nadir Nassry pleaded guilty to covering license plates with black tape for the “Death Race”-style convoy to Atlantic City.
Construction has begun on the 18-month project to widen the westbound Atlantic City Expressway from two to three lanes in the seven-mile stretch between the Hammonton and Winslow/Route 73 exits.
The traffic lights are at exits 9, 10, and 11, in Cape May County.
Traffic was down in 2012 on New Jersey’s two major toll roads, but revenues were up.
Anthony Ariemma says taking out the brochures, which feature a picture of only a woman’s face and lips, violates the First Amendment.
Few problems are being reported on New Jersey’s major roadways as thousands of travelers head home after the long Thanksgiving weekend.
Several students were injured in a school bus accident on the Garden State Parkway in Atlantic County Monday afternoon.
A Superior Court judge sentenced Shamsidden Abdur-Raheem on Wednesday in New Brunswick.
The Christie Administration announced that tolls will be suspended on the northbound Garden State Parkway and westbound Atlantic City Expressway starting at 6 a.m. Sunday.
A jury Thursday resumed deliberations for a third day in the murder trial of a man accused of kidnapping his infant daughter and throwing her off a New Jersey bridge.
Three occupants of the car, including the driver, tested positive for marijuana use.
Twenty-five year veteran sergeant Nadir Nassry is said to have recruited trooper Joseph Ventrella for the escort of luxury vehicles that, at times, exceeded 100 miles per hour on the Garden State Parkway.
No major problems were being reported as of late Saturday morning. But motorists were still being urged to allow extra travel times to reach their destinations.
At least the traffic on the Garden State Parkway won’t be too affected by construction this summer.
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.