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Ted Mann
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"Was a traffic study ever planned for this area or was this reason fabricated?”

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The private exchange appears to stand in contrast to Mr. Christie's only public remarks on the bridge matter. At a briefing for reporters on Dec. 2, the governor mocked a Democratic lawmaker's inquiry on the lane closures and joked that he himself had moved the traffic cones that winnowed local access to the bridge

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Questions for he Port Authority about lane closures on the George Washington Bridge -- and what their real purpose was -- aren't going away just yet.

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Explain what you were up to on the GW Bridge, voluntarily or otherwise, a NJ legislative committee told the Port Authority brass. The latest in a traffic jam whodunit that has bedeviled the Christie administration.

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An authority official said Thursday that Mr. Christie's representatives within the authority have been "absolutely insistent" that hundreds of millions of dollars be included in the next capital plan to begin work on the PATH project.

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The man who shut down local lanes onto the George Washington Bridge this fall, a move some saw as retribution against a Democratic mayor: David Wildstein, Gov. Chris Christie's top political operative at the Port Authority.

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More than 17,000 people worked on the waterfront in 1975, according to commission records. That is down to about 5,000 today.
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