The former Port Authority of New York and New Jersey official at the center of a George Washington Bridge traffic mystery will be called to testify under oath.
Assemblyman John Wisniewski announced Tuesday that he’s issued a subpoena to David Wildstein.
It orders Wildstein to appear on Jan. 9 before the Assembly committee investigating lane closings that led to gridlock on the New Jersey side of the bridge.
Wildstein ordered the lanes closed without notice in September.
He was Gov. Chris Christie’s No. 2 man at the Port Authority until being forced out over the flap.
Christie’s top deputy at the authority, Bill Baroni, has also resigned.
Three separate investigations seek to determine if the lanes were closed as political retribution against Fort Lee’s mayor, which Christie has denied.