Monthly Archives: April 2016

#DYK: Port Authority Earth Day Facts

By Nate Kimball, Environmental and Sustainability Specialist, Aviation Earth Day is commemorated each April 22, but the Port Authority’s commitment to clean air, land and water is a 24/7 proposition 365 days a year, whether it’s electric vehicle charging stations at local … Continue reading

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WTC: A Rubik’s Cube of Collaboration

By Judith Dupré, Portfolio Guest Blogger One World Trade Center boasts some staggering statistics—the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, the fastest elevators in the Americas and the strongest concrete ever used, among many record-busters. It is the most advanced … Continue reading

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Retired PAPD Superintendent Henry DeGeneste: At the Forefront of Change and Diversity

By Mercedes Guzman, Media Relations Staff When now-retired Port Authority Police Superintendent Henry DeGeneste first came on the job as a young recruit, he joined a police force that was predominantly male and white. As he moved up through the … Continue reading

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