Category Archives: PANYNJ

Throwback Thursday: The Skies Over Queens and the Port Authority’s Decision

By Roz Hamlett, Portfolio editor Many people living in the vicinity of a Port Authority (PA) airport know that the agency engages actively with local community groups and roundtables on noise abatement issues. What’s less known is that these efforts began … Continue reading

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“Father” Juan Guzman, Savior of Distressed Souls at the GWB

By Lenis Rodrigues, Media Relations Staff To those outside his Port Authority Police command at the George Washington Bridge, he is Officer Juan Guzman. To fellow officers who helped him patrol the world’s busiest bridge, he’s “Father” Guzman, with a … Continue reading

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Port Authority Police Emergency Services Unit: A Day in the Life of Training

By Rudy King, Media Relations Staff Whether on a bridge, inside a tunnel or in the water, an elite Port Authority police squad known as the Emergency Services Unit, or ESU, is specially trained to respond to every conceivable dangerous … Continue reading

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