With all the (self-induced) buzz about Mike Bloomberg’s presidential run, it is easy to forget he still has to deal with local issues, like traffic.
Streetsblog notes that’s the issue Bloomberg is being to task over, by Manhattan’s Gale Brewer and Scott Stringer, who both want to explore congestion pricing.
Gridlock may be the last vestige of New York’s legacy as an ungovernable city. And if he can solve that, how tough can Medicaid and Social Security be to solve?
— Azi Paybarah