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Port Authority to realign gates at NYC bus terminal

Posted on July 24, 2015

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NEW YORK — As part of an effort by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s effort to reduce delays and overcrowding, the authority will reconfigure its gates, with New Jersey TRANSIT and Coach USA set to be impacted the most, reported NBC New York.

The Port Authority, which also operates New York-area bridges, tunnels, ports, airports and the World Trade Center, has been the target of mounting criticism over the last 18 months over the state of the bus terminal, the busiest in the country with well over 200,000 riders passing through daily.

The changes are aimed at improving bus operations and reducing congestion in the terminal that can stretch back out into the inbound Lincoln Tunnel and beyond. For the full story, click here.

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