All NJ TRANSIT rail service, except the Atlantic City Rail Line, remains suspended on Thursday due to the storm impacts. Newark Light Rail is also suspended. pic.twitter.com/a3NgmgXMVc
— NJ TRANSIT (@NJTRANSIT) September 2, 2021
Stay home and stay safe. Many roads remain closed this morning. NJDOT Crews and emergency personnel have been working through night, and will continue to do so, to get roads clear and open. Please stay off the roads so they can do their job safely
— NJDOT (@NewJerseyDOT) September 2, 2021
Many roads remain flooded and closed this morning throughout the state. Please stay off of the roads if you do not need to be out to allow crews to clear downed wires and trees. If you see a flooded area, do not attempt to drive through it. Turn around; don’t drown.
— NJSP – State Police (@NJSP) September 2, 2021
Please stay off the roads.
Many roads remain flooded this morning. It is not safe to drive. Our crews are working to clear and open roads, and we need everyone to stay off them so crews can safely do their job.
— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy) September 2, 2021
The flood waters are receding but the road remains impassable in both directions at this location and will likely remain closed through the morning rush. Avoid the area. https://t.co/wu61tIMcsz
— Garden State Parkway (@GSParkway) September 2, 2021
Only one northbound lane remains closed due to flooding near Int. 12. All southbound lanes have reopened. However, there is so much flooding throughout NJ that motorists are strongly advised to stay off the roads this morning
— New Jersey Turnpike (@NJTurnpike) September 2, 2021
Flooding on Garden State Parkway southbound Union Toll Plaza (Hillside Twp) All lanes closed and detoured https://t.co/8gKaIWTrGN
— 511NJ GSP (@511njgsp) September 2, 2021
UPDATE: Due to last night’s inclement weather, all state offices, including MVC vehicle and licensing centers, inspections, and road tests will be CLOSED today, Thursday, Sept. 2.
— New Jersey MVC (@NJ_MVC) September 2, 2021