Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

John F. Kennedy Airport also rerouted arriving international flights from one of its terminals.
In a major, thorough and truly important piece of investigative reporting, Brian M. Rosenthal, Emma G. Fitzsimmons and Michael
Rental car drivers will likely have to navigate more electronic tolls as states convert traditional cash tolls to electronic
The airline, which on Sunday violently ejected a passenger, has been marred by scandal in recent years.
Approximately 50 million people are in the storm's crosshairs. Here's what you can do to be prepared.
Smisek's failed leadership at United Airlines illustrates exactly how this CEO self-dealing scheme works to the advantage of wealthy executives and shareholders while damaging workers, communities, customers and corporations.
Yes, it's fun to fly. Perhaps next year, I will register for JFK Runway Run in advance and fly in again from Florida. Maybe Yan Wang will fly back from Bing's Bellevue headquarters, so we can share the runner's high on the runway cleared for only runners!
Why not imagine how this property could better enhance the community? What's the harm in thinking about ways to do that? Why continue to lose money at these two facilities when those losses are not necessary?
I am confident that the Port Authority will want to act quickly and protect the workers that are vital to the airports' daily operations. We may not be able to make working at the airport stress-free, but we can at least give these workers the security of knowing they will be paid their due.
Ernesto's calmness allowed everyone,even me to lean on him. He never broke. He kept those bridges, airports and tunnels flowing. Post 9/11 New York City survived because of Ernesto Butcher.
There is already talk of taking PATH away from the Port Authority and putting it under NJ Transit administration. Why not
While PATH was never expected to be self-sufficient, its operating deficits have grown and are now a far greater burden on Port Authority finances than was anticipated when the Authority acquired PATH as part of a bi-state deal in 1961.
As in all defense documents, the report turned up no evidence of any kind suggesting the slightest wrongdoing on the Governor's part, or even his indifference or negligence in allowing this brouhaha to develop without his being aware of it.
These two investigations exist on parallel, yet vastly different planes. While both are seeking information on the same issues, the outcomes both desire are different.
We at UnitedNY are urging the State Legislature to let high-cost areas around the state lift fast food, airport, car wash and other low-wage workers out of poverty and into the middle class through local wage authorization.
Taxpayers are not paying for Christie to figure out what went wrong, they are paying for Christie to figure his way out of a mess that has jeopardized his once golden national political future.
For anyone with an interest in politics or government, the unfolding saga of Bridgegate is mesmerizing. What has escaped any real analysis is the question of what the New York-New Jersey Port Authority actually does and how it affects real people every day.