Today’s Headlines

  • Assembly Members Call Pricing Bill ‘Unpassable’ (Post)
  • RELATED: Proposed Truck Fee Reduced as Labor Comes Aboard (Newsday)
  • RELATED: Bronx President Expected to Endorse Pricing (Daily News)
  • RELATED: Park Slope Civic Council Supports Pricing (Brooklyn Eagle)
  • Driving ‘Infinitely Superior’ to ‘Hellish’ Transit (Queens Gazette)
  • Companies Recognized for Cleaner Commuting (AMNY)
  • SUV Mows Down Midtown Pedestrians (NY1)
  • Temporarily Free Parking Threatens Brooklyn Retail Strip (Post)
  • City Needs Power Plants, Not Solar Panels (Post)
  • Parks Dept. Could Cede Land to Coney Island Developers (Brooklyn Eagle)
  • Trucker Accused of Stealing 100,000 Gallons of Gas (AMNY)
  • The Truth About ‘Classic’ Cars (Slate)
  • Boogiedown


    RELATED: Bronx President Expected to Endorse Pricing (Daily News)

    “the Teamsters union…endorsed the plan yesterday.”

  • Of all the news Streetsblog filters for us, Queens Gazette letters to the editor are the most incredible. I won’t be able to stop thinking about this one all day.

    Could these letters be used in congestion pricing advertisements, I wonder? If average New Yorkers hear how those in eastern Queens think they “behave so disgustingly, on average,” I don’t see how a pro-car/anti-pricing majority could be maintained. The car commuter viewpoint expressed so openly in letters like these is utterly un-New York, and contemptuous of everything that IS New York. They should be de-annexed out of town on a rail.

  • d

    The letter reminds me of this Onion article:

    “Report: 98 Percent Of U.S. Commuters Favor Public Transportation For Others”