Bus Terminal Hits Its Limits

Buses must head to New Jersey after dropping passengers, then return.

Michael Nagle for The Wall Street Journal

Nearly every decision Stephen Napolitano makes during the evening rush hour reverberates for miles.

If Mr. Napolitano, the general manager of the Lincoln Tunnel and the Port Authority Bus Terminal, can get buses loaded, through the giant spiral inside the building and headed back to New Jersey without delay, traffic in and around the Lincoln Tunnel will keep moving.

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