Posted Saturday, January 19th, 2019

Avoid Unnecessary Travel during the Storm

New Jersey Department of Transportation are reminding motorists that Gov. Phil Murphy has declared a State of Emergency and that the N.J. State Police have issued a commercial vehicle travel restriction, which began at 12 noon today due to the anticipated severity of the upcoming storm.State of Emergency: Commercial Vehicle Travel Restrictions on Interstate Highways

The Commercial Vehicle Travel Restriction applies to the following roads:
• I-195 (entire length)
• I-78 (entire length)
• I-80 (entire length)
• I-280 (entire length)
• I-287 (entire length)
• I-295 (Exit 60/I-195 to Exit 76/Scudder Falls Bridge-PA Border)

The restriction DOES NOT apply to:
• New Jersey Turnpike
• Garden State Parkway

The commercial vehicle travel restriction in New Jersey applies to the following vehicles:State of Emergency: Commercial Vehicle Travel Restrictions on Interstate Highways
• All tractor-trailers
• Empty straight CDL-weighted trucks
• Passenger vehicles pulling trailers
• Recreational vehicles
• Motorcycles

Motorists are encouraged to check NJDOT’s traffic information website www.511nj.org for real-time
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