Road issue causes delays in, out of New York City

Traffic is moving again on the road leading to the Lincoln Tunnel. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police spokesman Joe Pentangelo says

There's a problem on the road leading to

There's a problem on the road leading to the Lincoln Tunnel and that's causing problems for bus riders.

WEEHAWKEN - Traffic is moving again on the road leading to the Lincoln Tunnel.
            
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police spokesman Joe Pentangelo says workers have repaired a depression on the helix.
            
New Jersey Transit spokesman John Durso Jr. says buses faced delays of up to 60 minutes into and out of the Port Authority bus terminal in New York City. Some residual delays are expected.
            
Durso says buses were diverted to Newark's Penn Station and the Secaucus rail terminal.

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