New Jersey Turnpike
Two separate crashes on the New Jersey Turnpike Wednesday morning injured at least one person and snarled traffic for hours.
For those who had to be out on the road for work, it wasn’t pretty, but most took it in stride.
State police say a motorist who got out of a vehicle on a New Jersey Turnpike off-ramp was struck and killed moments later by a tractor-trailer.
Nearly half a million people from the Philadelphia area will travel 50-miles or more for Thanksgiving, with most of them saying they planned to leave tomorrow, according to AAA Mid Atlantic. But, a nasty weather forecast is changing some of those plans.
According to Toll Roads News, the New Jersey Turnpike is the clear leader when it comes to revenues for toll roads in North America.
Flames engulfed a tour bus on the New Jersey Turnpike bringing traffic to a halt Tuesday morning.
The incident happened at about 2:38 p.m on I-295 southbound in Pennsville.
State Police say an attempted traffic stop on the New Jersey Turnpike turned into a lengthy pursuit that ended with 15 motorcyclists facing various charges.
Police say a toll worker was hit by a pickup truck on the New Jersey Turnpike Thursday.
Traffic was down in 2012 on New Jersey’s two major toll roads, but revenues were up.
State police say the wife of a trucker died after her husband lost control of his vehicle and crashed on the New Jersey Turnpike in south Jersey.
A truck driver was injured and a passenger in his rig died in a fiery crash in the southbound lanes of the New Jersey Turnpike near exit 5 Wednesday morning.
Few problems are being reported on New Jersey’s major roadways as thousands of travelers head home after the long Thanksgiving weekend.
All lanes of the New Jersey Turnpike are now open again following a fiery accident that killed one person in Mercer County.
Have you ever noticed a big truck riding your bumper as you go through an E-ZPass toll? If so, you better check your statement right away. The truck could be trying to get a free ride on your dime.