Morning commute tested after Pulaski Skyway closure

The project aims to repair the 82-year-old bridge,

The project aims to repair the 82-year-old bridge, which needs new steel supports and new decking. (Credit: News 12 )

The Monday morning commute turned out to be not so bad for the majority of drivers getting to work without the Pulaski Skyway.

The Skyway northbound, which drops drivers in Jersey City, closed on Saturday for major repairs and will remain closed for two years.

Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop says that the lighter traffic Monday might have to do with this being a holiday week.


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How are you going to deal with the Pulaski Skyway closing?

Follow the detours. Take mass transit. I don't drive it.

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