McKaig, Ryan
December 2001
Bond Buyer;12/17/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31286, p37
Trade Publication
Reports that governor George E. Pataki and New Jersey acting governor Donald T. DiFrancesco have announced a program to reestablish the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey's PATH commuter train service to lower Manhattan as of December 17, 2001. Development plans of bi-state agency; Benefits of expanding the path of the train.


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