The 73-year-old Lincoln Tunnel helix is getting some work done starting this summer, and it will mean big headaches for commuters.
The circular roadway will be closed from 10:30 p.m. to 5 a.m. on weekdays for over a year.
The tunnel will remain open and accessible during the overnight work. However, motorists will need to use local roads to enter the tube. Rush-hour commuters will be able to follow their normal routes.
Right now, officials are trying to get the word out to drivers.
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