By The Staff
Here we go again, Save Jerseyans.
If you were hoping to get your car washed today but plan on traveling any state roads this evening? Might want to hold off. Phil Murphy’s Department of Transportation is once again brine-spraying roads today despite full sunshine, above-freezing temperatures, and no snow in the forecast.
Here’s what our friend Brian saw this morning in Middlesex County:
Nothing like treating Rte 18 for ice on a bright, sunny day in Middlesex County & holding up traffic… Did I miss a weather report or something? This is getting ridiculous @DanZarrow @nj1015 @MattRooneyNJ @BillSpadea pic.twitter.com/44rLYQWoEu
— Brian J. Thomas (@BigBJT) December 7, 2018
It’s becoming a pattern:
IMHO: @GovMurphy should foot the bill for ALL N.J. commuters' next car wash.
— Matt Rooney (@MattRooneyNJ) November 28, 2018
I truly do not know. My car was covered in salt by the time I got home from work today.
Sure, we've got a hard freeze coming tonight, in the teens and 20s. But it's going to be dry. (Last time I checked, the formation of ice requires water.) https://t.co/57lUw5yBGW
— Meteorologist Dan Zarrow (@DanZarrow) December 7, 2018
Murphy’s NJDOT has made a habit of wasting taxpayer dollars treating roads (for no apparent reason) for show after last month’s #snowmess when thousands were left stranded on highways for hours.