Not that anyone in the room (most likely including PATH) believed a word of it, but in this article, Meyers contradicts their lies.
"Meyers said he couldn't delve into specifics about the company's security plan for the site, but said the site will be secure from potential issues. "There will be adequate security measures," he said. "It'll be monitored 24-7."
Are we supposed to imagine that it will be monitored 24-7 by robots or cameras equipped with night vision capabilities? How is a dark, unmanned substation going to be monitored 24-7? Doesn't sound very secure to me. Someone's been watching too much TV!
Onsite personnel in a well-lighted station may be able to prevent infiltration, but a "monitor" miles away can only sit by helplessly and watch (if they can see in the dark that is -- will PATH use a room full of cats as security?) until a live body arrives onsite. How reassuring!
The only assurance here is that when their mouth is moving, PATH is lying.