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Bergen County Residents Must Allow Extra Commute Time Due to George Washington Bridge Closures


George Washington Bridge Closures

George Washington Bridge Closures

Beginning Monday, August 5, Bergen County residents will start feeling the adverse effects of traffic restrictions due to the resumed  steel deck improvements on the upper level of the George Washington Bridge. This work will cause significant overnight delays, with only one lane open on the upper level.  The work will also require several temporary full closures, which will result in extensive delays.

Work will be scheduled during the evening hours from Monday through Friday, ending at 5 a.m. on weekday mornings and at 10 a.m. on Saturday mornings.  Work will begin in the westbound direction to New Jersey, but alternate on weekly schedules between the New York bound and New Jersey bound direction.

The lower level of the George Washington Bridge will be fully open.  Passenger vehicles should utilize the lower level to minimize their delay OR consider seeking an alternate route. Trucks are required to use the upper level at all times.

Residents of near by towns of Englewood , Englewood Cliffs, Tenafly , Cresskill, Alpine, Closter and Demarest who use the bridge frequently must now allow extra travel time .

Highway message signs, 511 and traffic reports will advise motorists in advance which direction will be under construction (on any given night). For current traffic information, call 511 or visit www.511NY.org or www.511NJ.org. For project details, visit www.panynj.gov