Traffic and Travel Advisories
Jersey City is only 14.7 square miles in area, but it contains over a hundred miles in roads. Normally it’s pretty simple to get from one place to another, and while the City encourages people to use our many public transportation options, sometimes you do just have to take the car.
Usually, traffic flows pretty well. There are those occasions, however, whether planned or unplan- ned, which cause street closings and traffic diversions. Lets face it—whether you’re commuting to work, visiting the in-laws, or just trying to get the kids to school on time, it’s helpful to know which routes to avoid and which ones to take before you set out. Check out the links below for current traffic and travel advisories.
North East Grid Electric Transmission Reliability Project Resumes; See Activity Planned For 3/10 - 3/14
During the week of Monday, March 10 through Friday, March 14, a PSE&E crew will work underground and inside of the manholes at the following locations:
1. March 11th, Van Winkle between on Tonnelle and Skillman
2. March 12th, Newark Avenue near Kennedy Boulevard
3. March 13th, Newark Avenue near Waldo Avenue
4. March 14th, Monmouth Street by First Street
This work is being done to support the PSE&G North East Grid (NE Grid) Electric Transmission Reliability Project, www.pseg.com/negrid.
If possible, motorists are asked to consider alternate routes; and, PSE&G reminds motorists to slow down and be alert when driving near the work zone.
Please feel free to post the traffic advisory on your social media accounts and to provide this email address, email@example.com, and the project toll-free number, 1-877-678-5784, to your neighbors or colleagues who may want to seek additional information about the project or to be added to the “traffic advisory” distribution list.
Red Light Cameras Throughout Jersey City!