As NJ Transit and labor negotiators continued hammering out a deal Friday evening, New York and New Jersey inched ever closer to a possible strike by 4,200 rail workers Monday morning.

Such an event could result in a commuting catastrophe, considering that NJ Transit trains transport more than 100,000 people across the Hudson every day.

NJ Transit's backup plan, which adds bus service, would only provide seats for 40,000 of those commuters. Traffic experts estimate that New Jersey's already crowded roads and bridges could get a potentially crippling 10,000 additional cars per hour. 

New Jersey 101.5 has a complete guide to getting through the gridlock in the event of a strike. Below are some more services that travelers can use to stay ahead of any traffic situation.