The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is facing a $1.7 billion revenue loss because so few people were driving during the Covid-19 pandemic, yet its workers get the benefits of an expensive pension plan and bloated overtime.
Looking back, a Port Authority police lieutenant retired in 2013 with a $129,000 salary and then began collecting a $172,000 pension.
An assistant airport operations manager retired with a $89,000 salary, but soon began collecting a $103,000 pension.
An electrician with a base salary of $76,000 quit and started collecting a pension of $79,000.
In 2016, our...