Wednesday, April 28, 2010

2010 Bayonne Mayoral Forum - Question 7

Nice Pic

Courtesy of Derek2k3 on Wired New York.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Concerns About PA Focus/Priorities

Long Live The World Trade « Zachary Fink Blog: Assemblyman Al Countinho who chairs Commerce and Economic Development has been pushing for the Bayonne Bridge project to became a priority for the bi-state agency. And he is concerned that all the emphasis on the WTC has forced the PA into a state of paralysis everywhere else.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Friday, April 16, 2010

Despite the Economy, Major Infrastructure Projects Move Forward with an Emphasis on Jobs, Event Attendees are Told

NAIOP NEW JERSEY TRANSPORTATION UPDATE: "NEXUS FOR ALL THINGS" - NAIOP-New Jersey "Calling the Port Authority "one of the engines of our economy — we are acutely aware of our role in creating jobs," Baroni said that finding a solution to the air draft issue relating to the Bayonne Bridge "a top priority and an impending crisis. We are aggressively focused on finding a solution to put New Jersey's ports in a position to take the larger ships" expected as a result of the Panama Canal widening."

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

NJ 101.5 Weighs in On Bridge Issue

Fix The Bridge...or Lose Thousands Of Jobs! - New Jersey 101.5 FM: There is growing support for a plan to raise the Bayonne bridge by 64 feet - so the next generation of Super cargo ships will be able fit under the span - and make their way into ports Newark and Elizabeth.

Construction News from the Other Side

City pouring $28M into cement complex: The city has green-lighted the allocation of $28 million in federal tax-exempt bonds to assist in construction of Staten Island Terminal in Elm Park, expected to be the largest cement importer and distributor in the state and an engine for 300-plus jobs in the borough.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

New Jersey & Company Magazine - Bridging the Difference

New Jersey & Company Magazine - Bridging the Difference "The bridge in question is the 70-year-old Bayonne Bridge, which connects Bayonne to Staten Island. And at 150 feet off the water, the bridge has a history of impeding larger ships, many of which are about 170 feet high."

Under the Bridge Today....

In port today ... Flurry of activity as the harbor begins a new week