NJ Congressman Visits Point No Point Bridge Site



Written by Bill Wilson, Editor

CSX and Norfolk Southern engines on Point No Point Bridge.

New Jersey Congressman Donald Payne, Jr. spent the afternoon of May 2 learning about critical infrastructure with executives from Conrail, Norfolk Southern and CSX.

Congressman Payne toured the Point No Point Bridge, which was built in 1901 and serves as a vital freight artery moving nearly 7,000 cargo containers a day connecting New York and north to Massashusetts and the west to Chicago.

The bridge replacement project will create 110 new union-effective jobs for the local New Jersey workforce.

Congressman Donald Payne, Jr., with the Conrail team (left to right) Ryan Hill, Brian Gorton, Eric Levin, Mo Megali and Jocelyn Hill.
Congressman Payne, Jr., with Rob Harms of George Harms Construction, Michael Fisher of United Steelworkers of America, and Mike Testa and Bobby Campos of Heavy and General Laborers Local 472.

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