Port Authority Approves Money to Replace Notorious Portal BridgeBy
Construction to replace 106-year-old bridge to begin in 2018
Bridge replacement part of $24 billion Gateway Project
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey approved spending about $300 million to replace a 106-year-old swing bridge over the Hackensack River that often triggers train delays through the region, as part of a $24 billion project to improve rail access to New York City.
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