It looks like the recent string of snowstorms will continue Sunday night and PennDot and NJDOT are ready for the worst.
With the temperature expected to dip below freezing, work is underway to keep the roads ice free.
New Jersey’s red light camera program is coming to an end in a few weeks after a sometimes-rocky five-year run, and that’s not soon enough for some critics.
The AAA Mid-Atlantic estimates more than a half million Philadelphia-area residents will travel 50 miles or more away from home over the Thanksgiving holiday.
New Jersey’s been working on the Route 72 bridge over Manahawkin Bay for more than a year now.
Debate has begun, again, on how to handle residents of a homeless tent city in Camden.
Is there enough money to handle what’s still to come? In New Jersey, the short answer is yes.
A new ramp is set to make life easier for the thousands of commuters who face the I-295-Route 42 merge on a daily basis.
Drivers should expect delays from 9 p.m. Friday through about 5 a.m. Saturday.
According to NJDOT, motorists should expect delays and plan alternate routes.
NJDOT has notified Camden County officials that a new traffic pattern is scheduled for Friday night on the Route 70 westbound bridge over Route 38 in Pennsauken as bridge deck replacement operations enter the next stage of construction.
Red light cameras are still up and running in New Jersey but officials have announced there will be no new ones set up as the state gets closer to the end of a five year test program.
The wraps are off of the first phase of a massive project to improve the convergence of Routes 295, 42 and 76 in South Jersey.
I-295 south will be shut down at the route 42 interchange from 10 p.m. through 9 a.m. Sunday morning for some maintenance work.
When the snow is falling, people are shoveling, PennDOT and New Jersey DOT are plowing, but you need to take steps to protect your mailbox, too, if you would like to receive your mail in the stormy weather.