LIVE TRAFFIC: Garden State Parkway, Driscoll Bridge

Every summer weekend, the traffic heading to, and from, the Jersey Shore is typically is bumper-to-bumper

Every summer weekend, the traffic heading to - or from - the Jersey Shore typically is bumper-to-bumper, moving at a crawl between the Garden State Parkway and the beaches.

Typically, you should anticipate up to a half hour, or more, to travel between the area and the Garden State Parkway.

What are you seeing? Let us know in the comments.

John Romano May 23, 2014 at 11:19 AM
....there's ONE bridge ....there's a million or more persons that want to get from "points north" ...to "points south". Now, please be specific .....what are you expecting to see on the aforementioned bridge?
Warren G. May 24, 2014 at 07:03 AM
Looks like nothing has improved since I moved to California in 1973. Before that I remember going north on Rt 9 in Parlin & seeing the traffic backed up on the parkway bridge with people sitting outside on their cars. All the money that's been collected from tolls & what really does the GSP have to show for it? I remember my dad saying that the tolls were only there to pay for the cost of building the Parkway & when that was done it was to be free or was he wrong?
David May 27, 2014 at 11:32 AM
Except for Eastern/ more rural areas of California, NJ traffic is not like the SD and LA areas. The only comparison is the NYC crossings. Recall taking multiple hours to go under 20 miles in the SD area years back.


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