Yes, we have heard a great deal about that old bridge there to the left. It is, of course, the George Washington Bridge.
It may be the first bridge of its kind in the world that blockaded a presidential candidate.
Governor Christie of New Jersey has been trying to maintain a positive outlook. He has been saying, over and over, he didn't have anything to do with the lane closures that were ordered as a way of getting revenge on a political (read Democrat) opponent.
Well today is that Big Game in New Jersey. Lots of people will be traveling from New York City to Met Life Field which is a bit south of the Bridge.
I wouldn't worry about any bigger than expected traffic problems ion the GW Bridge.
But I also know that the stadium is barely a stone's throw from another means of getting to the other side of the river.
If the Lincoln Tunnel is worse than expected,
may have a lot of explaining to do.