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OCEAN CITY, N.J. – Merchants in suits and dresses will display into the marine in Ocean City, Atlantic City will undo the deep-sea, and the alcoholic drink will pour brilliant and untimely in Point Pleasant Beach.

It’s each and every one part of the start of summer at the Jersey Shore. The collapse is anticipated to measured journey and sightseeing rather, but tourism remnants New Jersey’s large manufacturing, and this weekend it kicks into elevated device

The figure of drivers captivating to the transportation this weekend is expected to be losing a little as the downturn keeps some individuals close to home. More than 7.4 million drivers are estimated to exercise the Garden State Parkway between Thursday and next Tuesday, down from 7.6 million last year, according to the New Jersey Turnpike Authority.

“The high-water spot must be no more than $2.50 per gallon this summer countrywide and the Jersey gallon is classically 10 to 15 cents cheaper than the national average,” Weinstein said. “These prices continue to be a silver lining.”

That should make it cheaper to get to Ocean City, the southern New Jersey remedy that was named the state’s greatest beach this week. On Friday, Ocean City merchants will don their greatest commerce attire, grasp briefcases, and walk into the deep-sea to the strains of “Pomp and Condition,” something the city does each year to kick off summer. Nobody is truly definite why.

A main renovate of the Parkway’s Driscoll Bridge is done just in time for the summer crowds. The $225 million progress has confident in greater capacity than the George Washington Bridge.

The overpass, over the Raritan River, extended from 12 lanes to 15 and added shoulders. The want of shoulders had forced congestion during breakdowns and accidents. Air travel at Newark Liberty International Airport is projected to be losing 6.1 percent this weekend, with more than 448,000 passengers incoming or leaving.

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