Congestion Charging in the Big Apple

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth

John Massengale makes a compelling argument for the extension of congestion charging to New York:

Why do we allow millions of New Yorkers to be inconvenienced and poisoned by a small number of drivers who would rather sit in traffic jams in their own cars than take public transport or a taxi?

He goes on to argue for a reassignment of space on NYC’s avenues with photos. Well worth a look.

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