|The down escalator at the Exchange Place station.|
|Commuters who use the stairs on the right to reach the street at PATH's World Trade Center stop in Manhattan don't need a gym membership.|
|The Port Authority is using toll revenue to help build the new World Trade Center, whose completion is behind schedule and millions of dollars over budget.|
You won't find much mass-transit news in The Record:
The Road Warrior is fixated on potholes, tinted windshields and other driving trivia, and the other transportation reporter continues to file hundreds of column inches on Superstorm Sandy damage to rail cars and locomotives.
You'd think the Borgs have conspired with North Jersey car dealers, including those lining Hackesnack's Tin Alley, to keep news of packed trains and buses, and choking traffic congestion, out of the paper.
The payoff: Hundreds of thousands of dollars in advertising revenue from automobile dealers.
The message to readers is clear: Get in your car at every opportunity, and floor it.