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New Jersey Statutes Title 32. Interstate and Port Authorities and Commissions 32 § 3-13.20

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The provisions of this act  1 shall not be construed to repeal any of the provisions of the act entitled “An act providing for joint action by the State of New Jersey and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the administration, operation and maintenance of bridges over the Delaware river, and for the construction of additional bridge facilities across said river;  authorizing the Governor, for these purposes, to enter into an agreement with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania;  creating a Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission and specifying the powers and duties thereof, including the power to finance the construction of additional bridges by the issuance of revenue bonds to be redeemed from revenues derived from tolls collected at such bridges;  transferring to said commission all powers now exercised by existing commission created to acquire toll bridges over the Delaware river;  and making an appropriation,” approved June eleventh, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-four (P.L.1934, c. 215),  2 its amendments or supplements, or apply to affect in any manner any agreement made between the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the State of New Jersey pursuant to the provisions of said acts;  except to the extent provided in paragraph (7) of the article added by said supplemental compact or agreement to the said compact or agreement executed on July first, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-one.

1  N.J.S.A. §§ 32:3-13.12 to 32:3-13.22.
2  N.J.S.A. §§ 32:8-1 to 32:8-15.

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