Category Archives: WTC

From the Rice Fields of Asia to the WTC

By Krista Didzbalis and Ryan Stolz, Media Relations Staff Usually found in the fields of Asia, a real rice paddy—yes, you read that right—is now sitting in the heart of downtown Manhattan, connecting the world’s most widely grown food source … Continue reading

Posted in Oculus, The Oculus, Uncategorized, World Trade Center, World Trade Center Redevelopment, World Trade Center Transportation Oculus, WTC

Forging a PATH for Women

By Lenis Rodrigues, Media Relations Staff Clarelle DeGraffe wanted to be an engineer since she was five years old. Little did the Haitian-born DeGraffe know that 29 years after she joined the Port Authority as a civil engineer, she would … Continue reading

Posted in Construction, Engineering, EWR, Hudson River, Kennedy Airport, NY/NJ region, PATH, Port Authority, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, The Oculus, Uncategorized, Women's History Month, World Trade Center, World Trade Center Redevelopment, World Trade Center Transportation Oculus, WTC, WTC PATH station

WTC GREENMARKET SPROUTS BACK UP AFTER 16 YEARS

By Ashley Germinario, Port Authority Media Relations Staff A relationship between rural farmers and city natives is usually a rare sight. Yet, beginning in 1984, the interactions of these two groups became the norm in Lower Manhattan, where their friendships … Continue reading

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