Penndot is dispatching trucks, plows, and crews from across the state. New Jersey DOT is sending ten dumptrucks equipped with plows and salt spreaders, six front-end loaders, ten “bobcats,” and 36 workers.
Fox, a Democrat, served as transportation commissioner, and later as chief of staff, to former governor Jim McGreevey.
As PennDOT and NJ DOT work feverishly to fix all of the potholes that have crept up in the past few weeks, many folks continue their daily dance with the holes in the road, sometimes with dire consequences.
The new temporary ramp that opened last weekend, connecting northbound Rt. 42 to northbound I-295, includes a median that keeps traffic flowing by eliminating the need to merge.
The KYW Newsradio traffic center reports several accidents throughout Montgomery and Bucks Counties due to slick, icy conditions. Drivers are advised to reduce speeds and drive carefully.
State transportation crews have launched their annual push to fill the potholes that show up across the state each spring.
PennDOT is out in full force, trying to stay ahead of the snow. In New Jersey, it’s all hands on deck.
New Jersey’s trial run for red light cameras suffered a setback earlier this summer after critics charged the “yellow” was turning to “red” too fast in some cases.
The weekend’s floods forced a closure of Admiral Wilson Boulevard in Camden. Wasn’t all of the drain work supposed to fix that?