At an anti-congestion pricing rally at City Hall yesterday, Councilman David Weprin claimed that the program isn’t supported by a majority of city lawmakers, even though it passed the Council recently by a vote of 30 to 20.
“You had the mayor and the speaker actively lobbying and offering incentives to individuals to change their Read More
One last clip from last night’s congestion pricing debate. Here’s Richard Brodsky saying that if congestion pricing comes to pass before the 2009 mayoral elections, Anthony Weiner, who opposes it, will get elected. A partial transcript: Brodsky:
I don’t think it’s going to become law. I do think it is going to elect Anthony Read More
Last night in Brooklyn, Assemblyman Richard Brodsky debated congestion pricing with Michael O’Loughlin of the Campaign for New York’s Future.
Since polls have shown that New Yorkers are much more likely to support congestion pricing if the money is used to improve mass transit, supporters like O’Loughlin want to guarantee that Read More