A Study of the Port of New York Authority

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ALPHABETICAL INDEX
A
Administration, 33-38, 59, 127, 146, 169, 185-186; fiscal, 36-38; organization, 35-36; personnel, 35; see also Debt, administration of
Air cargo, 162-163
Airlines serving Port District, 166, 167
Air Policy Commission, 125, 159, 162
Air route development, 164-166
Air Terminal Reserve Fund, 71-72, 171, 180
Air terminals, 115-182; acquisition of, 115-116, 120-122, 129-130; agreements with users, 166-168; allocation of traffic, 128-129; bonds, 169-182; capacity, 164; capital budget, 174-175; enabling legislation, 122-124; expenses, estimated, 176-177; federal aid, 144, 175; improvement program, 130-138; lease agreements, 138- 142; location, 128; making self-supporting, 125-127; revenues, estimated, 143-168, 176-177; unification in the Port District, 115-124, 127-129, 188; see also LaGuardia Airport, Newark Airport, New York International Airport, Teterboro Airport
Air traffic, 158-164
Andersen, Arthur, and Company, 37
Approaches, bridge and tunnel, 22-23, 74-79, 90
Arthur Kill bridges, 16-17, 69; see also Goethals Bridge, Outerbridge Crossing
Automobile parking, revenue from, 86, 90, 91, 92, 144- 145, 149, 150, 154
B
Balance sheet, 68-72
Bard, Erwin W., 8, 12
Bartholomew, Harland, and Associates, 108, 109, 120, 121
Basic Resolution, 42, 44-49
Bayonne Bridge, 13, 16-17, 24-25, 28-29, 62; illus., 23
Bollinger, Lynn L., 121, 126, 148
Bonds, see Debt
Bridges, see Bayonne Bridge, George Washington Bridge, Goethals Bridge, Outerbridge Crossing
Bus Terminal, 31, 49, 52-53, 83-84, 88-92; illus., 88-89
C
Channel improvement, 30, 109; illus., 31
Civil Aeronautics Act, 159-160, 168
Civil Aeronautics Administration, 118, 129, 130, 136; illus., 154
Civil Aeronautics Board, 30, 158, 164, 165
Commissioners, appointment of, membership, functions and procedure, 34
Compact of 1921, 8-11, 30, 38, 50, 83, 95, 170, 183, 188
Competition: airports, 118-120; ferries, 27; protection against, 17-18, 49, 90, 124, 141
Comprehensive Plan, 10-13, 30, 83
Concession revenues, 86, 90, 91, 92, 131, 144-145, 149, 150, 153
Conference on State Defense, 39
Consultants, use of, 30, 35, 36, 37, 98, 109, 111, 121, 127, 164, 176
Coughlin-Crosby Associates, 111
Coverdale & Colpitts, 111, 121, 122, 164, 176
Cullman, Howard S., 34, 121
D
Debt: administration of, 15-16, 18-20, 36, 37-38, 46, 51- 58, 92, 169, 172-174, 177, 181; amounts issued and retired, 51-54, 173; call features, 51, 53, 54, 56, 173, 177; classification of, 42, 44, 52, 179; history of, 15-20, 51- 52, 58; legality for fiduciary investment, 50, 124; maturity schedule, 53-55, 173; principal and interest requirements, 47-48, 54-56, 81, 87, 91, 111, 175-177; revenue coverage for, 58-61, 64-65, future estimated, 80-82, 87, 91-92, 97, 111, 175-182; security for, 17-18, 20, 41-50, 52-54, 80, 86, 91, 110, 169-182; tax exemption for, 38-39, 50; see also Air Terminal Bonds, General and Refunding Bonds, Marine Terminal Bonds
Driscoll, Governor Alfred E., 77-78, 94
E
Edge, Governor Walter E., 8-9
Ernst and Ernst, 37
Evans, J. C., 36

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