Last week, Schwartz sent an ultimatum to DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg demanding an "environmental impact statement" for the city's L train shutdown plan.
The agency says it will take "bold and radical steps" to turn around faltering bus service. To deliver on that promise, citywide all-door boarding is an absolute must.
Nobody gets thrown in jail for not paying a highway toll or a parking meter. But for some reason people who break transit fare rules are subject to criminal penalties.
Without a cordon toll, the time savings from reduced traffic congestion drops by at least 60 percent. The revenues available to improve transit drop by 60 percent or more as well.
@illegal53NYC is doing for illegally oversized trucks what @placardabuse does for placard abuse -- drawing attention to a pervasive and dangerous traffic problem that City Hall and NYPD have not addressed in any meaningful way.
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