Category Archives: PONYNJ

NY/NJ Harbor Deepening and the Lost Islands

By Portfolio Editor Roz Hamlett There was once a 132-acre island in Jamaica Bay within view of Kennedy Airport known as Elders Point. After years of degradation, the land split into separate islands connected only by mud.  The U.S. National … Continue reading

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Port of New York & New Jersey: Pasta by the Boatload

By Portfolio Editor Roz Hamlett October is National Pasta Month. Which begs the question: when isn’t it National Pasta Month?  Ask the crew at the Port of New York and New Jersey, and they’ll tell you that every day is National … Continue reading

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PONYNJ: Ten Things You Don’t Know About Shipping

Compiled by Port Authority Staff When it comes to commercial shipping, history is being made across the New York/New Jersey region. From raising the Bayonne Bridge to accommodate larger ships to dredging the port harbor to 50 feet to allow … Continue reading

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