South Jersey Transportation Authority
Work to widen the Atlantic City Expressway continues and should be finished by this time next year.
South Jersey Transportation Authority executive director Sam Donelson unveiled a digital screen at the Frank Farley service plaza that will count down to the Atlantic City Expressway’s 50th anniversary.
A newly approved 10-year deal places management of the Atlantic City International Airport in the hands of the same people who run bridges and airports in North Jersey and New York.
The good news is that you won’t be facing any construction delays this weekend.
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.
Owners of 147 vehicles owing at least $200 are being told to pay up by February 7th.
In this age of the iPhone, many states are removing outdated emergency call boxes from the sides of highways, but that’s not the case in Pennsylvania where the CBS 3 I-Team found the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission plans to keep spending hundreds of thousands of dollars maintaining theirs even though very few drivers use them.
The agency — which already operates the New York area’s three major airports plus bridges and tunnels and the World Trade Center — will look into environmental, financial, and legal issues involved in a possible takeover.
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.
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.
An expansion of Atlantic City International Airport is moving ahead as planned, even amid word that AirTran is pulling out.
The Atlantic City Expressway has opened its Express EZ Pass lanes through the Egg Harbor toll plaza.