Man Racked Up $94,000 In Unpaid Tolls, Port Authority Police SayQuestions were mounting Monday evening about how a man from Monmouth County, New Jersey, allegedly did not pay for tolls so long that he racked up $94,000 in violations.
44 Port Authority Police Officers Charged With 'Shirking Duties' While On The ClockThe 44 officers -- accounting for approximately one-third of the PATH rail system's command -- allegedly stayed in break rooms and missed patrols while on the clock, according to the Port Authority Inspector General's Office.
From Pitcher To Policeman: Former Major-Leaguer Anthony Varvaro Set To Graduate From Port Authority Academy FridayVarvaro, a Staten Island native and St. John's product, pitched in parts of six seasons with the Seattle Mariners, Atlanta Braves and Boston Red Sox.
New York, New Jersey Officials Deadlocked Over New Port Authority Bus TerminalA project to build a new Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan that has caused political strife on both sides of the Hudson River is showing no signs of reaching a resolution.
Gov. Christie Facing Decision On Port Authority Reform BillChristie must decide Monday whether to sign, veto or offer changes to the measure. It's aimed at making the agency that controls the regions airports, bridges and tunnels more transparent.
Port Authority: Homeless Will No Longer Be Allowed At LaGuardia OvernightThe Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced Friday that homeless people will no longer be allowed to camp out overnight at LaGuardia Airport.
Higher Tolls Take Effect At Hudson River Bridges, TunnelsMotorists are now paying more money to cross the bridges and tunnels between New Jersey and New York.
Port Authority Executive Director Patrick Foye To Step DownPatrick Foye revealed his intentions in an email to employees Thursday.
New York To Suspend Registrations Of Chronic Toll Evaders Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that soon after the start of the new year, the state's Department of Motor Vehicles plans to suspend the registration of any motorist who fails to pay five tolls within a period of 18 months.
NJ Senate President Wants To See Hudson Tunnel Project Get Moving QuicklyNew York and New Jersey might have to come up with $10 billion and could seek federal low-interest loans.
Hudson River Rail Tunnel Project Takes Major Step ForwardThe Hudson Rail Tunnel Project is one step closer to reality.
Trial Put Off Again For Christie Associates In Bridgegate ScandalThe federal trial of two former allies of Gov. Chris Christie in the Bridgegate scandal has been delayed again.

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