The lawmaker leading a legislative investigation into why an appointee of Gov. Chris Christie ordered lanes approaching the George Washington Bridge closed said additional subpoenas are likely to be issued.
The state investigation into why George Washington Bridge approach lanes were suddenly blocked will end next month unless the New Jersey Assembly renews subpoena power for the lawmaker leading the probe.
More than 15.7 million travelers are expected to use the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey bridges, tunnels, airports and PATH system during the upcoming Christmas and New Year's holiday season.
Three New York elected officials have joined the call for the resignation of Gov. Chris Christie's top appointee to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey following unannounced lane closings at the George Washington Bridge created a traffic nightmare in Fort Lee.
Democrats in New Jersey are still trying to find out if access lane in Fort Lee to the George Washington Bridge were closed in September as political payback to the town’s mayor for not endorsing Gov. Chris Christie’s reelection bid. The Assembly Transportation Committee subpoenaed three high-level Port Authority of New York and New Jersey officials compelling them to testify today.
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