NEW YORK (AP) -- An automobile association went back to court Wednesday to try and convince a judge to force the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to release internal documents that could shed light on the decision to raise tolls on bridges and tunnels in 2011.
The New Jersey Legislative Select Committee on Investigation probing the unannounced lane closures at the George Washington Bridge last September has no future hearings scheduled because they don't want to interfere with a federal criminal probe by the U.S. Attorney's Office. Taking a look back at the SCI's work, the panel's co-chair is positive.
The revelation of a deleted text to Gov. Chris Christie at the height of the so-called Bridgegate scandal and the fact that the governor's Authorities Unit director still believes lanes were closed at the George Washington Bridge for a traffic study were the key takeaways from Thursday's hearing convened by the Select Committee on Investigation.
New York and New Jersey state lawmakers were planning to unveil proposals for reforms to the agency that runs the George Washington Bridge, but canceled their announcement Friday, saying they weren't ready yet.
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey director Patrick Foye was scheduled to testify under oath on June 3 before the joint legislative panel probing Bridgegate. That appearance, however, has been canceled - at least for now.
As the New Jersey Legislative Select Committee on Investigation continues to probe the Bridgegate scandal, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey continues to spend millions in taxpayer money every day with little oversight according to Assemblywoman Amy Handlin (R-Belford).
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