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Food delivery worker is misled to take Lincoln Tunnel

  • Food delivery worker mistakenly takes Lincoln Tunnel
  • The 26-year-old cyclist said his phone app misled him
  • A Port Authority official said the worker provided proof for his claim
  • The cyclist was never-the-less given a summons for trespassing 
  • The Lincoln Tunnel prohibits its use to bicyclists 

A food delivery worker who ended up riding through the Lincoln Tunnel was misled into the situation by his smartphone, according to Port Authority officials.

The 26-year-old Jersey City man was stoped by Port Authority police on the New Jersey side of the tunnel around 7.30pm Tuesday, WCBS New York reported. 

According to Port Authority spokesman Joseph Pentangelo, the man was taking a suggested route on his phone app when he entered the tunnel.

A food delivery worker mistakenly took the Lincoln Tunnel Tuesday because he was misdirected by his phone app

The Lincoln Tunnel prohibits its use to bicyclists. 

A Port Authority official said the worker provided proof for his claim but was never-the-less slapped with a summons for trespassing.  

No major traffic disruption occurred as a result of the incident.   

A Port Authority official said the worker provided proof for his claim but was never-the-less slapped with a summons for trespassing

A Port Authority official said the worker provided proof for his claim but was never-the-less slapped with a summons for trespassing

 

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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