A Study of the Port of New York Authority

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LIST OF TABLES AND CHARTS
TABLE
1. Trend of Vehicular Traffic, New York City-New Jersey, 1926-194724
2. Growth of Vehicular Crossings, New York City-New Jersey, and of Port Authority's Share of Total, 1926-194728
3. Effect of the War on Vehicular Traffic Using Port Authority Crossings29
4. Summary of Borrowings and Retirements Through December 31, 194752
5. Debt Outstanding, December 31, 194753
6. Interest, Sinking Fund and Serial Maturity Requirements on Obligations Outstanding December 31, 194755
7. Annual Income and Expenses, 1932-194760
8. Vehicular Traffic and Toll Revenue, 1941, 1946, 191762
9. Statement of Net Revenues, Years Ended December 31, 1947, 1946, 194563
10. Coverage for Debt Service, 1940-194764
11. Summary of Toll Rates, All Vehicular Crossings65
12. Traffic and Revenue Characteristics of Vehicular Crossings, 194766
13. Earning Power of Individual Facilities, 194669
14. Financial Position, December 31, 194770
15. Reserve Fund Balances, December 31, 1945, 1946, 194772
16. Estimated Revenues and Expenses of Facilities on Whose Revenues General and Refunding Bonds Have a Prior Lien, 1948-196781
17. Anticipated Income Statement, Union Terminal Freight Stations Nos. 2 and 3, Average Years, 1950-198587
18. Anticipated Income Statement, Union Motor Bus Terminal91
19. Proposed Capital Budget, 12-Year Improvement Program, New York City Waterfront98
20. Estimated Revenues and Expenses, 1949, 1955, 1960, New York City Piers105
21. Estimated Net Operating Revenues, Debt Service and Proposed Distribution of Surplus, New York Marine Terminals, 1949-1961105
22. Estimated Revenues and Expenditures, Port Newark111
23. Summary of Estimated Revenues, Three Airports144
24. Relation of Major Sources of Revenue to Total Revenues, Three Airports149
25. Estimated Revenues Each Airport, 1949, 1959, 1969150
26. Trend of United States Total Revenue Air Passenger Miles, 1930-1947159
27. Air Passenger Potential, Port Authority Airports161
28. Proposed General Capital Budget for Air Terminals175
29. Consolidated Statement of Estimated Revenues and Expenses of the Three Air Terminals, 1948-1967177
30. Consolidated Statement of Estimated Revenues and Expenses of All Port Authority Facilities, 1948-1967180
CHART
I. Trend of Toll Revenues and of Vehicular Traffic by Classes67
II. Estimated Reserves and Debt Outstanding, End of Years 1948-1967182

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