Capital Program

The Capital Program Delivery Dashboard was developed to provide the public with access to active Capital project information as well as Key Performance Indicators on project performance against planned spending and schedule. The goal of the 10-year Capital Plan and the Dashboard is to bring enhanced transparency and accountability for capital project delivery across the Agency going forward.


  • The Dashboard reflects the active projects in planning, design or construction with spending in 2015 from the Agency's 10-year Capital Plan as adopted in February 2014 and updated as part of the 2015 Budget approved in December, 2014.
  • This Dashboard reflects the latest Total Project Cost (including hard construction costs, engineering, finance, insurance, contingency and other soft costs) and Project Completion dates from the Board's adoption of the 2015 Budget as its baseline.
    • The dashboard does not reflect project cost estimates or original target completion dates for projects that were underway prior to the baseline established through the comprehensive process leading to the adoption of the 10-year Capital Plan in 2014.
    • Going forward however, the dashboard will capture changes to both TPC and completion dates compared to the baseline.
  • The project completion dates reflected in the Dashboard represent the overall project completion including closeout of contracts with contractors, punch-list, claims payment and other close-out tasks.
    • In most cases, projects will achieve substantial completion and operational and beneficial use well prior to the completion dates reflected in the Dashboard.
    • For certain major projects we have indicated key milestone dates in the notes section of the project detail to supplement the project information.
  • The Dashboard represents information at a point in time, which will be updated on a quarterly basis.
  • The Dashboard provides a summary of the planned investments at Agency, Department and Facility level. The overall investment information is also broken down by Project Category, Asset Type and the Project's current development Phase.

The 10–year Capital Plan approved by the Port Authority Board of Commissioners in February 2014 – which covers the years 2014 through 2023 – provides a blueprint to renew the agency's focus on its core mission of maintaining and building regional transportation infrastructure and on the creation of jobs and regional economic activity. The Capital Plan provides $27.6 billion in capital investment to fund a balance portfolio of more than 500 projects that will bring vital airport terminals into the 21st century and create important new bridge capacity while preserving critical Port Authority infrastructure that is essential for safe and efficient transportation in the region.

2014-2023 Capital Plan

In December 2014, the Board adopted a $3.6 billion Capital Spending Plan for 2015 that will help build and maintain critical infrastructure at the Port Authority's airports, tunnels, bridges, terminals, ports, PATH system and move toward completion of the World Trade Center site. Of the total 2015 Capital Spending Plan, $1 billion is dedicated specifically for investments in the region's interstate transportation system including tunnels, bridges and terminals and PATH. In addition, $778 million is dedicated to airport terminal development, runway and taxiway improvements and security enhancements, and $153 million is planned for Port Department state-of-good-repair projects and the redevelopment of the Greenville Yard site in Jersey City. An additional $1.6 billion is planned to complete construction of projects at the World Trade Center site, including the Transportation Hub and retail establishments.

2015 Capital Budget Summary and Highlights


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