Walt Whitman Bridge
All lanes of Interstate 95 near Broad Street are open after a tractor trailer caught fire, halting traffic along the highway Sunday morning.
Notice something different these days on the Walt Whitman Bridge? Those cattle chutes are gone, a sign that the $140 million re-decking project is entering its final phase.
New Jersey’s lieutenant governor and transportation commissioner are heading to Camden County to mark the start of a project intended to untangle one of the area’s most jammed highway interchanges.
The late season winter storm and the strong winds that are accompanying it are impacting travel on area bridges.
Night time lane closures are scheduled next week on the busy Interstate 95 corridor in the Philadelphia region as crews begin a $21.6 million bridge repair project.
Commuters have probably noticed that the morning traffic on the Walt Whitman Bridge is backed up a little more than usual. An ongoing redecking project has reached a critical phase.
A federal appeals court ruling helped keep the Army Corps of Engineers on schedule for the next phase of dredging of the Delaware River to deepen the channel so larger ships can navigate it to Camden and Philadelphia ports.
It’s been gridlock nearly every Friday afternoon in-bound to Philadelphia on the Ben Franklin Bridge this spring. You’re stuck in traffic, and the other side’s moving along just fine. And you wonder why your side doesn’t have another lane? There are a lot of variables.
Firefighters battled a blaze that broke out inside a recycling facility in South Philadelphia Thursday morning.
The largest rooftop solar power plant in North America now sits atop two refrigeration buildings along the Delaware River in Gloucester City, New Jersey, in the shadow of the Walt Whitman Bridge.
Triple AAA has chimed in on the battle over how to use more than $29 million in unused economic development money at the Delaware River Port Authority.
Thousands of flights are canceled and public transportation service is suspended throughout the area due to Hurricane Irene.
Various lanes will be closed throughout this coming week on the Walt Whitman Bridge connecting Philadelphia with Gloucester City, N.J.
Eastbound traffic on the Walt Whitman Bridge is at a standstill due to intense flooding in the area.
“Tolls will increase going from $4 per car to $5 and there’ll be a 25-percent increase for all the other vehicles,” John Matheussen, CEO of the Delaware River Port Authority says.
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