The top Port Authority executive who ended the George Washington Bridge lane closings testified before a Jersey grand jury probing the punitive shutdowns.
Pat Foye appeared earlier in May before the federal panel in Newark as its Bridgegate investigation continued, the Bergen Record reported.
The PA executive director declined comment about his secret testimony.
Emails made public regarding the Sept. 9-12, 2013, lane closings on the busy span showed Foye ordering the reopening of all bridge access on Sept. 13.
Gov. Chris Christie has denied any role in the shutdowns ordered under the guise of a “traffic study."
Hard to know what Foye was asked under oath, but I wouldn't be too surprised if he was asked what the New York governor knew about the GWB closings, when he knew that information, and what he did about it.
Something to watch going forward if you're rooting for not only Chris Christie to be squirming in the scandal, but Cuomo as well.