The Gateway Development Commission (GDC) on May 5 reported “significant progress and early work beginning in 2023” on the Hudson Tunnel Project, the largest component of the Gateway Program. The GDC Board
Hudson Tunnel Project
The Gateway Development Commission (GDC) on April 18 announced that it has revised its procurement strategy to build the Hudson Tunnel Project, dividing the “Civil Works” construction of the new tunnel from one package to four packages, including additional early works projects.
NEW YORK – This week, President Biden and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg announced that the Biden-Harris Administration has awarded nearly $1.2 billion from the new National Infrastructure Project Assistance (Mega) discretionary grant program for nine projects across the country.
Shortly after it was announced that the cost of the Hudson Tunnel Project had increased by another $2 billion, the governors of New York and New Jersey doubled down on their funding commitment.
After the Biden Administration increased the Hudson Tunnel Project rating to medium-high, the Gateway Development Commissioners issued a statement.
Now all that is left is the money.
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The money might not be there, but the paperwork is starting to roll in.
Today, the Biden administration announced that a critical milestone in the Gateway Tunnel Project will be achieved in May—the completion of the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) and the Record of Decision (ROD).
The funding hole for the Hudson Tunnel Project appears to be much deeper than the tube itself, and there are no signs of it hitting rock bottom. The main highlight of the