Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey conceives, builds, operates and maintains infrastructure critical to the New York/New Jersey region’s trade and transportation network. These facilities include America’s busiest airport system, marine terminals and ports, the PATH rail transit system, six tunnels and bridges between New York and New Jersey, the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan, and the World Trade Center.

For more than eight decades, the Port Authority has worked to improve the quality of life for the more than 17 million people who live and work in New York and New Jersey – a region that supports 8.6 million jobs with an estimated gross regional product of more than $929 billion.


8 Responses to Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

  1. Dave Frieder says:

    Did you know the suspender ropes and the Main Cable wires were made by John Roebling’s sons inc. ??? I have a genuine section of GWB suspender rope and a genuine unused “Socket” that would have been used on the bridge. It is made of forged steel and weighs 142 pounds!

  2. Edward says:

    Thank you for this blog! Lots of great information.

  3. Robert Foster says:

    The same two homeless man are in your portauthority bus terminal everyday,hustling passengers for loose change,they are in the north building on the groud floor,and every place.One is a black homeless man with a pot belly,the other is a bald black man who wears sunglasses.They are there bothering passengers everyday,i have called emailed and they are always there.

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    Looking to find out on how to perform with the piano at Penn Station.
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