Reinventing the Port Authority

Robert Poole (Reason Foundation) joins Aaron Renn on the ​City Journal podcast to discuss the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

The Port Authority was originally founded to manage the region’s transportation infrastructure, but the agency has long been plagued by politicized decision making, money-losing facilities, and declining financial viability.

Poole is the author of a new report commissioned by the Manhattan Institute, Reinventing the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

Check out City Journal’s coverage of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey:

The Port Authority Leviathan (Seth Barron, Winter 2016)
Bloated, Broke, and Bullied (Steve Malanga, Spring 2016)
Let’s Break Up the Port Authority (Stephen Eide, Summer 2016)
The New York Police Force That Doesn’t Work (Judith Miller, Autumn 2016)
Making New York’s Airports Great Again (John Tierney, Winter 2017)

City Journal is a magazine of urban affairs, published by the Manhattan Institute.

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