Listen: George Washer Bridge, Cuomo, George Washington Bridge discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"Trains are no longer happening really need all the transit alternatives. We can get under Cuomo's plan calls for an El train every twenty minutes while work is being done. He's downplaying any potential issues. The train runs twenty four seven Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty traffic and weather in a minute. And we have a couple of well, good news, at least on a traffic on the EIB and still have that situation over in north jersey on I eighty that bus crash all in a minute. It's eleven oh seven. CBS news time is eleven oh, eight traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the what's up knocking? Daniel. We got a westbound of the L I E with an accident to route one eleven on Long Island cleared. So that's out of your way that was blogging couple lanes causing some heavy traffic now gone, of course, route eighty as Leon had mentioned has been a big problem for a while now around seven thirty this accident happened with the express lanes closure still on route eighty so active involving a bus you've been hearing the story here on WCBS eight eighty and the investigation continues express Lane's closed between two hundred and twenty seven in Parsippany. That's both directions. Of course, local lanes of route eighty in pretty good shape. They are moving well in both directions. So you'll have to go for the locals now across the Hudson at the Holland one name blocked on the inbound side Lincoln tunnel with the tube closure. It's a south tube. That is shut down. Now, the George Washington Bridge outbound upstairs one name blocked on the inbound lower levels ez pass on these same for the Palisades approach. Alternate side is in effect for tomorrow and some slowdowns on the cross Bronx now with that construction. The george. Washer bridge the westbound cross Bronx heavy Jerome avenue into the George washer bridge upper deck. Our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS. And now, let's check out the forecast."