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Group Says NYC Wouldn't Need State Approval To Impose Congestion Pricing For Midtown

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The City Council once again heard a proposal for congestion pricing.

The transportation advocacy group Move NY on Monday asked the City Council to impose a $2.75 toll for cars driving into Midtown Manhattan south of 60th Street. 638 more words


Uber Endorses Charging Drivers to Use Congested Roads

Andrew Salzberg, Uber’s Head of Transportation Policy and Research, this week declared the company’s support for road pricing, a plan that would have cities or transit authorities charge drivers for using roads during peak times. 289 more words


Interdependencies of Transportation and Employment

There are two key ingredients to successfully grow a city: employment and transportation. In Alain Bertaud’s article, “Cities as Labor Markets”, the author underscores the interdependencies between these two forces.  536 more words

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