The New Jersey Turnpike right now has over 40 consecutive miles of road work with mostly no shoulders, much of it south of Princeton where more right-of-way for a cars-only track has been cleared.
I'll add that I drove by an apartment complex that I had lived in, near Bound Brook, NJ, back in the 1970s, just before moving into "The City". It looked like it had been flooded during Irene or Lee. I've escaped from some places I have lived in time (an apartment complex in Dallas had a fire after I had moved out). I couldn't find any place to stop for a photo, but I did find a park near the rogue river later.
On the way back, I drove through a heavy thunderstorm that seemed to stop at the Harbor Tunnel, and didn't resume on the other side. I wondered if the tunnel could ever flood.