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Spring on the Taconic, Important Information for New York Motorists

Many New Yorkers are familiar with the 104-mile highway that cuts through the state, known as the Taconic Parkway. The Taconic was initially designed as a scenic route to upstate New York State Parks. In the 50 plus years since the completed version of the highway opened it’s transformed into a frequently utilized roadway, more -->

Driving on the Taconic Parkway: Pt 4

wtdw-_driving_taconic4.jpg Wrong way accidents occur all too often. It’s not totally clear why there is such a high rate of wrong way accidents, but what we do know is people die every year from wrong-way accidents on the Taconic.  Read more on our blog: 5 Things Hudson Valley Residents Want Drivers to Know About the Taconic Parkway

Driving on the Taconic Parkway: Pt 3

wtdw-_driving_taconic3.jpg Weather and seasonal conditions, like rain, fallen leaves, and fog can make traveling the Taconic challenging for even the most experienced driver. Read more on our blog: 5 Things Hudson Valley Residents Want Drivers to Know About the Taconic Parkway

5 Things Hudson Valley Residents Want Drivers to Know About the Taconic Parkway

“Upstate New York in the middle of October. You can’t get more beautiful than that.” -Paul Reiser, American Actor and Writer We agree with Paul’s statement, there are few things more beautiful than Upstate New York in the fall. The thousands of tourists that travel from near and far to bask in the colors and -->

Driving on the Taconic Parkway: Pt 1

wtdw-_driving_taconic1.jpg   1.    There’s virtually no room for error. By “virtually no room” we really mean, there is no room for error.  Read more on our blog: 5 Things Hudson Valley Residents Want Drivers to Know About the Taconic Parkway  

The Taconic State Parkway- Multiple Fatal Crashes in One Weekend

The Taconic State Parkway is a popular choice for motorists, especially those who opt for the scenic route. Unfortunately, the roadway which dates back to the early 1900’s has been the host of countless accidents. Just this past weekend there were multiple fatal crashes on the Taconic.  8 people were injured and 3 people tragically -->