Free tolls restored for DRPA employees

    Union-represented Delaware River Port Authority won’t have to pay tolls or train fares.

    NJ.com reports that an arbitrator ruled Monday that the workers are entitled to free commuting privileges and 100 no-cost bridge crossings a year because their contracts provide the benefits.

    The DRPA withdrew the benefit at Gov. Chris Christie’s request.

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