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The Port Authority was founded on 4/30/1921 as the Port of New York Authority and was renamed The Port Authority of New York New Jersey to reflect its bi-state mission.
4 bridges: The George Washington from Manhattan to New Jersey; The Bayonne, Goethals and Outerbridge Crossing from Staten Island to New Jersey
2 Tunnels from Manhattan to New Jersey: The Lincoln and Holland Tunnels
Several port facilities
Two Bus stations: The George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal which opened on 1/17/1963 and the Port Authority Bus Terminal which opened on12/15/1950. The Port Authority Bus Terminal has been continually expanded since opening and now has two wings.
Five New York Metro area Airports: JFK and LaGuardia in Queens; Newark Liberty in New Jersey; Stewart in Rockland County, NY (which was purchased as the area's fourth major airport), and Teterboro also in New Jersey which serves General Aviation needs such as private planes and corporate jets.
Port Authority Trans Hudson (PATH) Rail System running between New Jersey and Manhattan
This site will limit itself to the PATH System and the AirTrain serving Newark Airport and JFK AIrport
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