Traveler’s Guide To Port Authority Facilities, The Port of New York Authority, 1971

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‘The Port of New York Authority transportation facilities-airports, bridges and tunnels, bus terminals, seaports, PATH rail rapid transit system-are designed and operated for your safety, comfort and convenience.
This guide contains essential information on location of the facilities, how to get there and back, where to park, schedules of charges, services available, what to do in an emergency, whom to call or where to write for further information, as well as various suggestions for improved and enjoyable travel.’

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Traveler's Guide To Port Authority Facilities, The Port of New York Authority, 1971
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Traveler's Guide To Port Authority Facilities, The Port of New York Authority, 1971
Traveler’s Guide To Port Authority Facilities, The Port of New York Authority, 1971
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