A New Jersey Senate panel is considering a bill that would end the free tolls, sports tickets and other perks that have sometimes been given to commissioners and staff with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
New Jersey and New York legislators are calling on Governors Christie and Cuomo to roll back recent toll hikes following an independent audit on the Port Authority characterizing the agency as "dysfunctional."
A legislative package aimed at enhancing legislative oversight and public transparency at the New York/New Jersey Port Authority has been approved by the Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has its hands full these days with people trying to sneakinto New York without paying. An increasing number of truckers and other motorists have been stopped while trying to beat the tolls at the George Washington Bridge and other crossings.
New Jersey's top law enforcement official is resigning and moving on to look into what Governor Chris Christie calls the "gross mismanagement" at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Christie also has another job in mind for outgoing State Attorney General.
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