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Panel: What’s Driving Congestion Pricing? A Discussion with the Experts

8:59 PM EDT on June 7, 2007

Democratic Leadership for the 21st Century, in conjunction with NYU's Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service, present a discussion about an issue affecting all New Yorkers.

The panel will include:

    • Kathryn Wylde, President and CEO, Partnership for New York City
    • John Liu, City Councilman (D-Queens) and Chairman, City Council Transportation Committee
    • Walter McCaffrey, former City Councilman (D-Queens) and Chief Spokesman, Committee to Keep NYC Congestion Tax-Free
    • Bruce Schaller, Deputy Commissioner for Planning and Sustainability, New York City Department of Transportation

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