Location: With the Richard Ravitch report scheduled to come out Dec. 5 and the financial state of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, there’s been some buzz about congestion pricing being put back on the table. Do you think there’s potential for that, and do you think that would be a good thing?
It’s a pretty crowded room upstairs in the City Council chambers, where testimony about congestion pricing is being given by city Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan and the Director of Long-term Planning and Sustainability, Rohit Aggarwala.
In one exchange, Aggarwala told City Councilman Robert Jackson, “[Y]ou don’t have to get 20 percent of the people off Read More
For those of you who haven’t yet had your fill of congestion pricing, don't worry.
The most outspoken critic of the plan, Assemblyman Richard Brodsky of Westchester, will debate one of its architects, Rohit Aggarwala, the director of the city’s office of long-term planning and sustainability.
It'll take place tonight on Inside City Hall, which Read More