Plus: Collingswood breaks ground on its new public safety building, Pennsauken mourns the loss of longtime public servant Rick Taylor, Audubon holds park-naming contest for schoolchildren.
By Matt Skoufalos | January 13, 2020
Squall-o-vision. Thanks US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly for the vid.
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View from the top of the @drpapatco building today, where the agency announced it would freeze bridge tolls for at least the next two years. Speedline ridership was also at a 25-year high in 2019, its 50th anniversary year. Full details of the Port Authority's look-ahead to 2020 on NJPen.com.
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