Congestion Pricing Flyering

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New Pricing Poll Hits the Spin Cycle

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A Quinnipiac Poll released today shows that citywide support for congestion pricing remains consistent at 57 percent — compared to 58 percent a month ago — assuming fees can be used to prevent transit fare increases. Given those conditions, Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens showed majority support for pricing, with Staten Island opposed (45% in favor to […]

TSTC Asks the Obvious, Yet Elusive, Pricing Poll Question

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While the results of the latest Quinnipiac congestion pricing poll were repeated with little analysis earlier this week, the Tri-State Transportation Campaign noted a significant, though not surprising, shortcoming. The Quinnipiac poll failed to link congestion pricing to the mass transit improvements it would bring. The pollsters asked this question: “The Bloomberg administration has suggested […]

Queens Chamber Continues Campaign Against Congestion Pricing

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Foes of congestion pricing marshalled by the Queens Chamber of Commerce held a press conference yesterday at which several politicians from the borough took a stand against the mayor’s plan. According to a press release provided by the chamber, City Council Finance Chair David Weprin called the proposal unnecessary: "I don’t think City Hall understands […]

Compromise “Ruled the Day” at Congestion Pricing Hearings

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#Persons %Persons Position 39 26% Support congestion pricing as proposed by Mayor Bloomberg in April 2007 PlaNYC proposal 46 31% Support the concept of pricing, have concerns and recommend changes/additions to Mayor Bloomberg’s proposal 13 9% Express serious concerns with the current proposal and offer suggestions for improvement 39 26% Oppose congestion pricing, suggest other […]