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NEW YORK CITY-Lawmakers on both sides of the Hudson River are up in arms after media reports that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, in response to a lawsuit over its most recent bridge and tunnel toll increases, filed court documents stating that the increases would not be used to pay for construction at the World Trade Center. The legislators allege that the Port Authority’s current stance contradicts its earlier statements that cited cost overruns at the WTC site among the justifications for the increases, which also include fare hikes on the PATH rail line between Manhattan and New Jersey’s major cities. A spokesman for the Port Authority declines to comment.

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