Listen: Tom Kaminsky, Holland And Craig Allen discussed on The CBS Evening News
"And weather together. Every ten minutes on the Tom Kaminsky. WCBS traffic center, we still have big delays trying to get to the outbound side of the G WBZ. It is still west side twelfth avenue on the east side. We're starting to see some breaks in still pretty heavy from about the area of the mid fifties up towards ninety six and then up the ramp to the outbound side of the George Washington Bridge outbound side of the Lincoln, and Holland while we're starting to see some breaks in it on ninth and eleventh avenues as well. But still jammed as you get closer to the outbound Lincoln still at least a half hour there. But the inbound side is solid forty five to sixty minutes away getting a little bit of a break. Now getting toward the outbound side of the Holland of Eric St. looks a little bit better for you down to about thirty minutes or so the inbound side of the Holland still with at least thirty minutes allay, their Palisades Parkway still very heavy getting up toward exit two in alpine had a collision there that in the process of. Of being cleared. Still really not much of a breakthrough queens on the e in the Grand Central L I U northern and southern states starting to shake loose a little bit. But still lots of getting out toward one ten. I'm Tom Kaminsky WCBS traffic center, Craig Allen's here with the five day forecast. Earlier in the week, Craig we heard."