Staten Island Expressway trade relocating after miserable commute

Update [9:10 a.m.]: Things are starting to transparent adult on a Brooklyn-bound Staten Island Expressway, with delays of about 30 minutes reported, down from some-more than an hour, after an progressing pile-up on a Verrazano.

A second pile-up on a highway nearby Richmond Avenue has also been cleared.

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[8:40 a.m.]: Lane closures on a Brooklyn-bound Verrazano-Narrows Bridge are no longer posted to a MTA website.

However, complicated residual delays — still some-more than an hour — sojourn on a Staten Island Expressway and all entrance roads as a outcome of a crash, generally Hylan Boulevard, Capodanno Boulevard, Clove Road and Fingerboard Road.

In addition, an collision is being reported on a east-bound highway nearby Richmond Avenue. Delays as a outcome of that pile-up are estimated during an additional 15 minutes, according to


STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A check of over one hour is reported on a Staten Island Expressway eastward due to a pile-up on a Verrazano-Narrows Bridge during a Wednesday morning rush hour.

Expect delays given dual lanes are blocked on a revoke turn of a camber eastward due to a collision, a MTA said on a website. 

Stopped trade is reported around 7 a.m. on a Staten Island Expressway eastward between Forest Avenue and a Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, according to WCBS 880.

Heavy haze and soppy roads also are contributing to a delays. Because of continue conditions, drivers are asked to revoke their speeds as they cranky a overpass during a Wednesday morning rush hour.

As a outcome of conditions on a expressway, roads heading to a SIE are also corroborated adult during a Wednesday morning commute, including Hylan Boulevard, Capodanno Boulevard and Fingerboard Road.

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