Authorities at the Port of New York and New Jersey are scrutinizing trucks bought under a program that awards grants to replace older, polluting drayage vehicles.
Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
18 Jul 2016
Trucks slowed to a crawl, and stopped entirely, creating an extensive traffic snarl at the Port of New York and New Jersey at lunchtime Monday.
07 Jul 2016
This week’s arrival of the largest ship ever to dock at the Port of New York and New Jersey is bringing into focus the challenges the port faces in adapting to an era of fewer, but larger ships.
27 Jun 2016
Imports at the Port of New York and New Jersey fell in May compared with the year before.
27 Jun 2016
All six terminals at the Port of New York and New Jersey will offer weighing services to shippers that don’t provide verified gross mass declarations needed to meet the SOLAS rule.
20 Jun 2016
International Longshoremen’s Association officials are fighting back against an investigation into a Jan. 29 wildcat strike at the Port of New York and New Jersey.
16 Jun 2016
Coalition calls for the port authority to reinstate ban on trucks made before 2007.
13 Jun 2016
The Port of New York and New Jersey will be able to accommodate ships with capacities of 14,000 twenty-foot-equivalent units at its Newark Bay terminals.
06 Jun 2016
Drayage companies that service the Port of New York and New Jersey are once again squaring off with the Teamsters union.
21 Apr 2016
Global Container Terminal on the Jersey City-Bayonne, N.J. border closed mid-morning Thursday and will stay closed throughout the day, after a tractor-trailer struck two people standing alongside a line of trucks, killing a driver and injuring a second man.
15 Apr 2016
Deutsche Bank said it has reached an agreement to sell Maher Terminals, the 454-acre port terminal in Elizabeth, New Jersey, to a global infrastructure investment company, eight years after the German bank acquired it at the height of the pre-recession container import boom for $2.3 billion in 2007.
11 Apr 2016
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is preparing to commission a maritime master plan that will guide development of the port’s 3,000-plus acres of cargo-related property during the next 25 to 30 years.
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