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Port Authority Says Cross Harbor Freight Plan Will Ease Traffic, Help Environment

9-30-15
The Port Authority released the Tier I Final Environmental Impact Statement, in which the agency studied ways to ease Cross Harbor freight traffic.

Turnout For Philadelphia Papal Visit Didn’t Meet Expectations

9-28-15
As Pope Francis made his last stop of his visit to the United States in Philadelphia, the turnout for businesses and services during the papal visit was not as expected.

South Jersey Makes Final Preparations For Philadelphia Papal Visit

9-25-15
Cities and towns within South Jersey are making their final preparations for visitors and travelers heading to Philadelphia for the papal visit.

NJ Lawmakers Call on Port Authority to Get its Priorities in Order (With Their Own)

9-24-15
Lawmakers discussed priorities for the Port Authority which included a new tunnel under the Hudson, a new Port Authority Bus Terminal and a PATH extension to Newark Airport.

Senate Democrats Want Port Authority to Suspend PATH Plans on Newark Airport Extension

9-23-15
Democrats within the Senate want the Port Authority to suspend plans on extending the PATH line to Newark Airport.

Will ‘Chairman’s Flight’ Affect Chris Christie?

9-9-15
Sweetheart exchanges between Ex-United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek and Former Port Authority Chairman David Samson brings up questions regarding how this will impact Christie.

PATH Receives $250 Million to Fix Stations and Prevent Future Damage

9-8-15
The Port Authority of NY/NJ received $250 million to fix and fortify the PATH system against future flooding.

One Million New Jerseyans Are Estimated to Have Traveled Labor Day Weekend

9-7-15
AAA estimated that about one million New Jerseyans traveled by car this Labor Day weekend.

Expanding Light Rail in Hudson a Great Idea in Search of Consensus, and Funding

9-2-15
There is nearly $2 billion in federal matching funds, but there's little consensus in New Jersey on how to raise money.

Problems and Bills Stack Up For NJ Transit

8-19-15
When train service is suspended or disrupted, NJ Transit cross-honors between trains, buses and ferries. The Agency is responsible for paying those companies during service delays.