NY and NJ Governors Sign Bills for Hudson Tunnel Project

The governors of New York and New Jersey signed legislation Monday to move the Hudson Tunnel Project forward despite the lack of federal funding. In a joint statement, the governors predicted the crumbling infrastructure could fail. The legislation, which passed both state legislatures in June, creates the Gateway Development Commission, a bi-state agency that can receive federal funding for an estimated $30 billion in projects, including fixing the tunnel and building an additional train tunnel. Tens of thousands of daily train commuters go through the century-old tunnel under the Hudson River that was heavily damaged by Superstorm Sandy in 2012.

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