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.
Over the past couple of years, tolls have gone up significantly on the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway, as well as at Port Authority bridges and tunnels. Now, one New Jersey lawmaker is pushing a plan he believes will slow down or prevent toll hikes in the future.
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."
In light of an independent report on the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, lawmakers in both states are calling for a roll back of the bi-state agency's most recent round of toll hikes and asked Governors Christie and Cuomo to support their Port Authority reform legisla…