News and Views About the Past, Present, and Future of the Bayonne Bridge
Saturday, January 28, 2017
NY-NJ terminal blames harsh weather for truck delays
JOC.com: "The congestion reflects the difficulties at the heavily used port, where turn times can easily rise above two hours, as it works to ensure the swift and smooth arrival of trucks and containers in and out of the port in preparation for the arrival of increasingly larger ships. That is expected to happen once a project to elevate the Bayonne Bridge is completed at the end of 2017. At present, the low elevation of the bridge prevents big ships passing below and reaching three out of the four terminals — among them PNCT."