Monthly Archives: October 2015

George Washington Bridge Wraps Up Seventh Year “Lit Pink” For Breast Cancer Awareness

Text By Neal Buccino, Senior Public Information Officer Video Produced By Rudy King, Public Information Officer The George Washington Bridge is finishing its seventh consecutive October with its mighty steel cables lit pink, rather than their usual white, in honor of … Continue reading

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Final Goodbyes: Port Authority Police Pay Homage to Fallen NYPD Officer Randolph Holder and First Responders

Photos by Conrad Barclay, Port Authority Photographer In a poignant display of emotion for their brothers in blue, last week, the Port Authority Police Department shared a moment of silence for NYPD Officer Holden and first responders lost on 9/11. … Continue reading

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What’s In A Name: Eugenius Harvey Outerbridge

By Gregory Quinn, Special to the Port Authority PART III:  The Difference Makers Quick: Why is the Outerbridge Crossing named the Outerbridge Crossing? Surely it’s because it’s our most remote bridge, right? Located near Tottenville, on the southern tip of … Continue reading

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