Pulaski Skyway closures begin

Officials say drivers who normally take the Pulaski

Officials say drivers who normally take the Pulaski Skyway into Jersey City should have planned an alternate route by now. (Credit: News 12 New Jersey)

The northbound lanes on the Pulaski Skyway were closed this morning, and they will remain closed for the next two years as a massive bridge rehabilitation project gets underway.

Crews spent hours shutting down the lanes that head toward Jersey City and New York. The project is expected to cause major traffic headaches on weekdays, when an estimated 40,000 drivers use the Skyway each day.


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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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