Daily News Briefs, June 3, 2020

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Injured PANYNJ Police Officer Is Released From Rehab

NJ.com reports, “The Port Authority police officer who was struck by an alleged drunken driver on a Jersey City highway in April is recovering at home after being released from a rehabilitation center.” Police superintendent Edward Cetnar tells NJ.com That Officer Peter Siano’s perseverance in achieving recovery has inspired the department. (Link inserted by TRN.)

Crime Beat Highway-Tunnel-Bridge Safety (Includes COVID-19 Impacts) New Jersey Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ)


Indonesia Announces Plans For 15 New Highway Projects

The Jakarta Post reports, the Indonesian government announced it will undertake an additional 89 major infrastructure development projects over the next five years. The list of new ventures includes 15 road and bridge projects.

Indonesia Infrastructure Investment Trends


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