Port Authority Sinks $105M Into NJ Port Road Upgrades

Law360, New York (December 5, 2013, 5:44 PM EST) -- The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey gave the green light for an “ambitious” $105 million program to upgrade the aging road network used to access New Jersey marine terminals to relieve traffic congestion in an effort to make the terminals attractive to shippers, according to a Wednesday statement.

The project includes the design, construction and realignment of sections of five major access roads — Port, Corbin, Marlin and Kellogg streets and Doremus Avenue — that lead to port terminals. The Corbin Street ramp will also be demolished...
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