One end is in New Jersey, the other end is in New York. The usual arrangement in such a case, is a bi state commission to run the bridge. Equal numbers of commissioners from each state. Equal numbers of patronage appointments to each state. Equal amounts of money spent in each state for supplies, maintenance, painting, etc.
In such a case, how does New Jersey, acting on its own, get to close down bridge lanes? Does not New York have to go along? And why would New York go along? Cause massive inconvenience to New York commuters just to settle some political hash in New Jersey?
There must be a way, but I have no idea what it was.
Inquiring minds want to know.