WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — It's been a long eight years.
When the Port Authority and a cadre of real estate developers first pitched a $152 million renovation of the George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal in 2008, they expressed confidence in the ability to proceed despite the financial crisis. Eight years later, the recession may be over, but the renovations aren't.
The years that followed the announcement have seen the renovation get dragged down in delays, false starts, constantly changing completion dates and community outrage. Scroll through the interactive below to see the project's troubled history.