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Submit a Congestion Pricing Question to Dr. Horodniceanu

The New York Times Empire Zone is hosting an interactive Q&A this afternoon with Dr. Michael Horodniceanu, a name that Streetsblog readers will recognize from our post-Iris Weinshall DOT commissioner search process rumor-mongering.

Help the Times collect some good, smart questions. Here is what they're doing:

We have arranged for Michael Horodniceanu, one of the foremost experts on traffic in New York City, to take questions from readers this afternoon on the subject of congestion pricing. Dr. Horodniceanu was the city’s traffic commissioner from 1986 to 1990. He is currently chairman and chief executive of Urbitran, an engineering, architectural and planning firm based in Manhattan.

Please submit questions in the comments box below; we will forward them to Dr. Horodniceanu, who is tracking the congestion pricing debate closely. We will update this post with his responses throughout the afternoon. 

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