NEW YORK (AP) — The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is holding its monthly board meeting, two days after it heard from a panel on what it needs to do to improve its accountability and efficiency and restore public trust.
The agency has been buffeted in recent months by revelations about last fall's lane closings at the George Washington Bridge and questions over potential conflicts of interest involving board members.
Four officials have resigned, including chairman David Samson.
Among the issues it is expected to take up Wednesday is a $1 a year lease for a park and ride lot operated by New Jersey Transit that was the focus of questions because Samson's law firm had done work for the agency.
It is also expected to discuss wages for airport workers.