Three World Trade Center construction workers have been charged with possessing and selling marijuana at the site in Lower Manhattan.
One of the approaches to the world’s busiest bridge is going to be replaced.
The line had been running weekdays from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. to accommodate overnight work related to Superstorm Sandy.
Those traveling between Lower Manhattan and Jersey City will soon notice a difference under the Hudson River.
We’ve been hearing from listeners that police are cracking down at the George Washington Bridge, where drivers and riders have been teaming up to take advantage of E-ZPass carpool discounts.
There’s good news for those wanting to party the night away, or work late, in the city and then get home to New Jersey.
All of the escalators were offline Tuesday morning at the Exchange Place PATH station in Jersey City one day after one of them suddenly reversed direction and five people were injured.
Investigators were looking into the possibility that damage from Superstorm Sandy was responsible for the horrifying mishap.
The terminal was briefly closed and buses were halted as a precaution as Con Edison crews investigated.
The extension came after the union and an alliance of port operators and shipping lines resolved one of the stickier points in their months-long contract negotiations, involving royalty payments to the longshoremen for each container they unload.
Nassim Mohammed Elkarhat is 6 pounds, 9 ounces. He arrived Wednesday, not only six weeks early, but in a shocking rush, in rush hour tunnel traffic.
As a thank you to riders, the Port Authority will automatically add a free SmartLink 30-day pass to the cards of Hoboken residents who were previously registered SmartLink customers with 30-day passes.
After about six weeks, there is light at the end of the tunnel for residents of the “Mile Square City.”
It took nearly 45 minutes for workers to lift the first section to the rooftop of the 104-story building Wednesday morning.
The spire is divided into 18 sections, weighing between 5 tons and more than 67 tons. Workers will begin hoisting them on Wednesday.