Listen: Jackie Robinson Parkway, Jeff Johnson And Grand Central discussed on 24 Hour News
"Traffic center, here's Jeff Johnson. And also Brooklyn mcgeough lane. It's an accident on the eastbound midway between Hamilton avenue and Atlantic avenue a little bit of a delay through there. Then you're okay. Evan over the cashiers covers both ways even though there were some work in queens into Brooklyn their Grand Central Parkway, slow westbound by the BQ with some overtime work. They're also working eastbound and westbound delays bigger and then both ways on the Grand Central by the Q guards interchange ramp to the Jackie Robinson Parkway at the west grandson. So that's closed for the night. Also, some lanes closed on the FDR drive. So some southbound delays through the seventies. And the west side is looking good no problems in the Bronx cross Bronx Brechner in the Degan role moving on pretty well. And here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels they umbrage closed for the night. No travels at the gospels of the outer bridge. Holland still fifteen each way only one lane each direction, they're fifteen hundred the Lincoln travel in and the George Washington Bridge is very very quiet both ways. Both levels. Looking good looks like no construction either. So quiet ride for you there. Delays on the F J M trains right now and alternate side in effect today. But the gridlock alert day so trains best way to get around city, especially if you're going to be in midtown I'm Jeff Jensen next report one Twenty-one on Santa and wins AccuWeather four day forecast. Meteorologist Carl babinski with this live report. I eldest Friday morning. We do have a few clouds and current ten. Ten wins Doppler radar relatively quiet. We still cannot rule out a flurry in some areas. North of the city earlier showers have moved down to the Atlantic thirty nine degrees. Again, the shower were expecting a low of thirty two. So we've got a west to southwest win now, but that'll be shifting to the north west behind our latest front. That's."