PANYNJ Reforms Remain Stalled as Capital Budget Plan Advances

NJ Spotlight reports, “While the Port Authority is moving forward with plans to approve $32 billion in capital spending later this month, several key reforms proposed in the wake of Bridgegate are still stalled in the New Jersey Senate with little hope for a breakthrough.” According to the website, there are management policy disagreements between some senators and Governor Christie, “[b]ut the Democrats have a new reason for standing pat – keeping Port Authority Chairman John Degnan of New Jersey in the bistate agency’s powerful top spot as the 10-year capital plan moves toward final approval.”