Amtrak took some House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee members underground into the crumbling Hudson River train tunnels that were damaged during Superstorm Sandy.
While Gateway primarily promotes building a new Hudson train tunnel, it might use the method of racking cables to buy some time and prolong the old tunnel’s life span.
Closing the bridge on a bad day can take hours, requiring workers with sledgehammers to pound the locks shut so train tracks line up safely.
Gateway Development Corporation Trustee Jerry Zaro says it's not just the 200,000 daily commuters who travel the crumbling, century-old train tunnel under the Hudson River that are playing roulette.
Experts said the century-year-old tubes need to be replaced by the $12.7 billion Gateway project and blamed toxic politics as the major obstacle.
Donald Trump signed the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending package Friday.
Transportation insiders got an update on the state's most critical projects.
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The federal government will split the projected $20 billion cost for two new tunnels.
A new Hudson River rail tunnel's back on track. Amtrak and the U.S. Department of Transportation agree to pay half. New York and New Jersey divide up the rest, but what's Jersey's share? When it comes ...