Safety First: Officials Say Road Salt Is NecessaryOfficials say it's a necessary evil, as crews work to keep snowy roads open.
Weekend Overnight Road Closures Announced For I-295, I-76The closures are part of the completion of the Direct Connection project.
New Jersey To Halt Hundreds Of Transportation ProjectsHundreds of transportation projects across New Jersey will come to a halt Friday night for at least a week as the state looks for money to pay for the work.
Spring Storm Brings Wintry Mix To Philadelphia RegionThe wintry mix of snow, sleet and rain that hit the Delaware Valley didn't produce much accumulation, but it did cause some minor problems on the roads and at Philadelphia International Airport.
Crews Preparing For Potentially Icy Road ConditionsCrews from around the Delaware Valley are hard at work cleaning and maintaining area roads.
Road Crews In Philly, NJ Ready As More Bad Weather Heads Our WayIt looks like the recent string of snowstorms will continue Sunday night and PennDot and NJDOT are ready for the worst.
Road Crews Poised To Tackle Wet Roads That Turn IcyWith the temperature expected to dip below freezing, work is underway to keep the roads ice free.
End Near, Future Uncertain For Red Light Cameras In New JerseyNew 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.
Experts Say Local Holiday Travelers Will Have Plenty Of CompanyThe 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.
Bridge Work Shouldn't Get In Way Of LBI Vacation PlansNew Jersey’s been working on the Route 72 bridge over Manahawkin Bay for more than a year now.
Homeless People In Camden Tent City Wonder If 'Spring Cleaning' Includes ThemDebate has begun, again, on how to handle residents of a homeless tent city in Camden.
NJ Officials Not Worried About Snow Cleanup CostsIs there enough money to handle what’s still to come? In New Jersey, the short answer is yes.