Listen: Njit, Hackensack River, Sean Adams discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane
"Was done in by the old Puerto bridge over the Hackensack river yet again, let's get details about this latest sad chapter from WCBS reporter, Sean Adams, the portal bridge over the Hackensack river is more than a century old. The proposed gateway project is supposed to replace it. The Amtrak span opened for boat traffic yesterday afternoon and wouldn't lock back in place. Rail delays stretched into the evening. Meanwhile, governor Murphy is reacting to Monday stranded train near Newark. There's no excuse for that. I don't have a specific forensic answer to that question. In terms of exactly what happened, but the notion of getting people if there is a problem getting them off the damn train into a safer. Place, particularly a place. That's moving is huge objective of ours. Ninety minutes standing-room-only shoulder to shoulder. It sent one woman over the edge. She lashed out at a conductor. You think this is acceptable to treat human beings? It's your job lady a cell phone recording also captured other passengers coming to the conductors defense a chance to dig yourself. Why don't you sit down and stop making the situation? Worse. NJIT says the conductor capture cool and should be commended in Secaucus, Sean Adams, WCBS NewsRadio eighty earlier. We had a problem on the Long Island railroad that was the headache. We thought we were going to see this morning that has been repaired in the fort Washington line, the real nightmare for the jersey commute. This morning has been the GWP. We're looking at these delays of an hour and ninety minutes coming in off of eighty ninety five and keep in mind. Our understanding is this is all being caused this morning by basically one or two broken down trucks right there after the toll plaza and the GW be we'd like to say the Lincoln and Holland are better. They are better. But they're not great. Either update coming up in three minutes a year ago today. Eight people were killed in a terror attack. As they rode bicycles on the Hudson river on the bike path. They're on the west side."