The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission issued a warning of “extreme” delays Monday morning and recommended the following detours.
To New Jersey: detoured at PA Turnpike Exit 351 to Route 1 northbound to I-95 northbound, which becomes I-295 southbound in New Jersey, to I-195 eastbound to the New Jersey Turnpike. PA Turnpike Exit #358, Delaware Valley, will remain open for local traffic only; watch out for a single-lane pattern approaching Delaware Valley.
To Pennsylvania: detoured at New Jersey Turnpike Interchange 7A to I-195 westbound to I-295 northbound, which becomes I-95 southbound; or from New Jersey Turnpike Interchange 5 to Mount Holly Road. Motorists traveling from northern New Jersey are advised to exit at Interchange 14 and use I-78 west into Pennsylvania.
I-276 eastbound is closed and detoured at PA exit 358. Local roadways under the bridge including Radcliff Street, Palmer Avenue and Wood Avenue are also closed until further notice. Motorists traveling east from Route 130 will be able to use Interchange 6 to access the New Jersey Turnpike via the Pearl Harbor Memorial Extension. The westbound Pearl Harbor Memorial Extension will remain closed to all traffic; there will be no access to Interchange 6 from that direction.
The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission expected the following crossings to be affected by severe traffic Monday. Trenton-Morrisville (Route 1) Toll Bridge (both directions)
Scudder Falls (I-95) Bridge (both directions)
Lower Trenton ("Trenton Makes") Toll-Supported Bridge (eastbound)
Calhoun Street Toll-Supported Bridge (eastbound)
Washington Crossing Toll-Supported Bridge (eastbound)