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odditude:

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--- 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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the complexities of our healthcare system are way outside the scope of this conversation.

your average corporate building is owned by one company, operated by another (building management), and then leased by one or more tenants.

roadman65:
https://www.njtat100523.com/contact-us

Contact the NJTA about the 83-88 project if you want to address concerns.

https://americanbridge.fandom.com/wiki/Basilone_Bridge
The toll for the Basilone Bridge can’t be correct here.  The bridge is not a separate entity of the Turnpike.   Plus I doubt it’s $4.50 between Exits 9-10.  Though, slightly possible, but considering it was $ 0.15 in the late seventies to go from 9-11, I doubt that much of a hike in forty years.

Edit: https://www.njta.com/toll-calculator

That article is wrong.  The NJTA shows $1.25 from 9-10.

That’s 733.33% in forty plus years.

storm2k:

--- 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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The PA doesn't even manage most of it. Terminal A is operated by a concession company (who will also operate the new Terminal A when it's completed), C is completely run by United. Only B is managed by the PA these days.

bluecountry:
So what is going with construction on the NB turnpike at MMs:  74, 78, 86, and just before exit 18?

Alps:

--- Quote from: bluecountry on September 07, 2022, 09:07:20 PM ---So what is going with construction on the NB turnpike at MMs:  74, 78, 86, and just before exit 18?

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If it's isolated areas, it's often either repairing drainage or fixing light posts. Little stuff like that.

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