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Newly completed southbound lanes open to traffic

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Pulaski Skyway northbound lanes closed in 2014

The northbound travel lanes on the Route 1&9 Pulaski Skyway are currently closed while the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) rehabilitates the bridge deck. The Pulaski Skyway is expected to re-open to two-way traffic in Spring 2018.

The Pulaski Skyway accommodates four travel lanes, two for northbound motorists (toward Jersey City) and two for southbound motorists (toward Newark). Motorists will continue to be able to travel in the southbound direction on the Pulaski Skyway during this phase of the rehabilitation project.

Approximately 40,000 northbound vehicles will need to be accommodated by alternate roadways or travel modes, including 9,600 in the peak morning period of 6 to 9 am. To minimize traffic congestion during the northbound lane closure, NJDOT is encouraging motorists to become familiar with the alternate routes and modes of travel such as transit and ridesharing.

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  Last Updated:  June 13, 2018