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storm2k:

--- Quote from: vdeane on June 18, 2022, 05:10:55 PM ---
--- Quote from: 02 Park Ave on June 18, 2022, 09:43:08 AM ---The New York State Thruway is in the process of rehabbing their service areas.  However, they do not close them down completely but rather they keep fuel services available at all of those service plazas for the convenience of the motorists.  That idea probably never was in the NJTA’s thought process.

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The Thruway service areas are being done as a P3 deal where the new operator of the buildings is replacing/rehabilitating them and then reopening them with new tenants.  The fuel areas are a separate contract and are not part of this project.  It is worth noting that the Thruway will not shut down two consecutive service areas in the same direction.

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The NJTA contracts are basically the same thing. The operator is doing the work in exchange for an extension on their concession agreement. Some of them have kept their fuel stations operating during shutdown but not all. The NJTA will also not close consecutive service areas in the same vein.

vdeane:
^ On the Thruway, the building operator and the fuel operator are not the same.

roadman65:
Its amazing how the way the service plazas are run.  The authority owns the land, the building is owned by another party, and the company who runs the business is another.

Newark Airport is the same way.  The city owns the airport and land, the Port Authority manages the facility, but the airline tenants maintain the areas of the check ins, baggage carousel, and gate areas.

lstone19:

--- Quote from: roadman65 on June 21, 2022, 09:08:11 AM ---Its amazing how the way the service plazas are run.  The authority owns the land, the building is owned by another party, and the company who runs the business is another.

Newark Airport is the same way.  The city owns the airport and land, the Port Authority manages the facility, but the airline tenants maintain the areas of the check ins, baggage carousel, and gate areas.

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That's not uncommon for commercial leases.

roadman65:

--- Quote from: lstone19 on June 21, 2022, 10:00:12 AM ---
--- Quote from: roadman65 on June 21, 2022, 09:08:11 AM ---Its amazing how the way the service plazas are run.  The authority owns the land, the building is owned by another party, and the company who runs the business is another.

Newark Airport is the same way.  The city owns the airport and land, the Port Authority manages the facility, but the airline tenants maintain the areas of the check ins, baggage carousel, and gate areas.

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That's not uncommon for commercial leases.

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Hospitals are the most common hence why you get several bills instead of one. Even the ER is a separate entity from the actual hospital.

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