Experts: Port Authority Cash Flow May Force Another Hudson River Crossing Toll HikeThere may be trouble down the road for people crossing in and out of New York City.
NJ Lawmakers Address Security Delays At Newark AirportU.S. Sens. Bob Menendez and Cory Booker and fellow Democratic Congressmen Albio Sires and Donald Payn will be joined by Transportation Security Administration officials at the airport on Monday.
Port Authority Warns TSA It Will Be Replaced By Private Security Force Over Long Lines At AirportsThe Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is giving the Transportation Security Administration an ultimatum on dealing with long lines at airports.
Port Authority Kicks Off $112 Million Palisades Parkway Improvement Project Get ready for years of on and off delays from the Palisades Parkway to the George Washington Bridge.
Newark, Uber Announce New Provisions, Fees In Airport DealOfficials on Wednesday will reveal details that were ironed out between Newark and the ride-hailing company on Tuesday.
Police Arrest 13-Year-Old Runaway With Loaded Gun At Port AuthorityNew York authorities said they arrested a 13-year-old runaway carrying a loaded handgun as he got off a bus from Virginia.
Source: Internal Strife At Port Authority Will Cause LaGuardia Airport's $4 Billion Redesign To Come In Over BudgetTaxpayers in New York and New Jersey will now be asked to shell out more money to help fund upgrades for LaGuardia Airport.
Police: Trucker Accused Of Rigging License Plate To Cheat Toll At GWBA Port Authority police officer said he saw 41-year-old Javier Marte of Yonkers drive through an E-ZPass toll lane without the toll registering on Wednesday night.
Funding For Pulaski Skyway Repairs Becomes Center Of AAA SuitThe Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's expenditure on the Pulaski Skyway repairs has become a central part of a lawsuit filed by AAA against the agency over 2011 toll hikes.
Court: NYC Airports Have Legal Right To Kill Migratory BirdsThe 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Tuesday that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey was within its rights to kill nearly any migratory bird in emergency situations.
PATH Service Restored Between Newark And Journal SquareIt took round-the-clock efforts by roughly 650 PATH employees to clear tracks, third-rail equipment, signals and switches to get train service back up and running, officials said.
Tri-State Area Public Transit Gears Up For SnowstormThe wintry blast is expected to dump as much as 12 inches of snow in parts of the metropolitan region.