Listen: Street Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, Verrazano Bridge discussed on Pat Farnack
"Ten forty-eight, traffic and weather together. On the eighth. We'll start with Jim Felton arena. Start on metro north Danbury branch of the New Haven line had a problem. Earlier vehicle on the track between candidates and Branchville they've removed it but normal services resumed with delays averaging over an hour right now on the Danbury branch of the New Haven line of metro north and attract condition, your wind and John Laura anticipate delays about ten minutes at least westbound on the Ronkonkoma branch. They're travelling at a reduced speed through the area as a precaution. To the roads to Long Island westbound on the southern state after exit twenty five for one oh, six and earlier crashes cleared eastbound delays on the L A E ride around route one tend to watch out for and you've got delays continuing in queens on the northbound cross island Parkway from at least the LA to just pass northern boulevard up to two lanes are still blocked a crash. There is still being cleared that roving road work on the southbound side is roving closer to the southern state right now. So you're looking at delays between hillside avenue and the southern state on the southbound side of the cross island Parkway southbound on the BQ, we in Brooklyn. Watch for delays roving construction right now right around the Manhattan bridge and eastbound of the bell Parkway construction right after the verrazano bridge, and then more construction near ocean Parkway, and that of course is causing delays. Well, if you're in Manhattan bound on the fifty ninth street bridge is still have that broken down truck on the lower level in the left lane. If you're Queens-bound the Whitestone, a little slow with construction if you're in Manhattan, also FDR very slow in both directions. Northbound delays from twenty-third up to the fifty ninth street bridge. Southbound delays from the RFK all the way down to fifty ninth street bridge is well next traffic update less than ten minutes away on WCBS.."