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Major Traffic Alerts: Friday, June 18
6:50p.m.- Route 3 eastbound - 2 left lanes blocked at Passaic Ave in Clifton for a crash. Just the right lane open. Delays back to The Parkway.
6:00p.m.- NJ Turnpike Car Lanes southbound - left lane blocked approaching exit 13 in Elizabeth due to a crash.
4:55p.m.- Route 34 southbound - heavy traffic approaching merge with Route 33 in Howell due to a crash. Expect delays on Route 33 too.
4:40p.m.- Garden State Parkway Local Lanes southbound - 2 left lanes blocked approaching exit 117 in Aberdeen due to a crash. Expect rubbernecking in Express Lanes.
2:25p.m.- Garden State Parkway southbound - left lane blocked at exit 127 for a crash. Expect delays onto southbound parkway from NJ Turnpike Interchange 11.
2:20p.m.- Outerbridge Crossing entering New Jersey - left lane blocked mid span for a crash.
7:24a.m.- I-287 southbound - Two lanes are closed south of exit 17/Bridgewater due to a crash involving a tractor trailer and fire. Routes 202/6 and Route 22 are good alternates.
NJ TRANSIT: All New Jersey Transit train services has resumed on normal schedules after earlier modifications during the coronavirus pandemic.
New Jersey's Executive Order 125 requires all staff and customers on NJ TRANSIT vehicles to wear face coverings, an additional measure CDC says can slow the spread.
Trains will have added capacity to allow for social distancing and cross-honoring between buses and trains. Cash will again be accepted on trains with the $5 surcharge, which had been suspended, back in effect. Cash will not be accepted on buses until protective barriers are installed near the drivers.
PATH: Trains running every 10 minutes systemwide weekdays, with additional trains every five minutes during the morning commute. Late evenings between 9:30 p.m. and 11:30, trains will run every 15 minutes and every 35 minutes 11:30 p.m. through 6 a.m.
PATCO: Weekday service will continue to operate 24/7 every 20 minutes between 5 a.m and 11:59 p.m.and once an hour on the overnights. Face coverings are required.