Komanoff: IMHO, TMRB is A-OK
Here’s what’s to like about the Traffic Mobility Review Board's central business district toll recommendations. It's a lot!
Congestion Pricing Mayhem: Mayor Adams Already Raising Concerns About Toll He Says He Supports
Mayor Adams said the pricing scheme should merely be the "beginning of the conversation" with "communities to deliberate and to make a determination of who is going to be exempted."
Komanoff: The Congestion Toll Solution That Could Have Been
Rest in Peace, 15-9-3. Let’s hope whatever toll rabbit the panel pulls out of the hat this month breeds contentment, not contempt.
Garden Potty: NJ Reveals That Its Turnpike Widening Will Add Hundreds MORE Cars to Canal Street Sewer
And they're suing us to stop congestion pricing?! New Jersey's $11-billion Turnpike widening will dump hundreds more cars onto Canal Street via the Holland Tunnel, which is an outrage.
Analysis: Congestion Pricing Fee May Be Too Low for Taxi and Uber Riders
Taxi passengers are going to get a break from congestion tolling — but is it too generous a break?
Red Hook Pushes for Direct Bus to Manhattan; MTA Says (Wait for It) There’s Too Much ‘Congestion’
Red Hook wants a quicker way to get across the river to Manhattan. And the MTA should raise the toll on the Carey Tunnel to make it happen.
KOMANOFF: Adams’s ‘Green Rides’ Initiative is Bad Transportation AND Climate Policy
Mayor Adams has made a bad decision to waive the de Blasio-era cap on the number of ride-hail vehicles allowed in New York City, so long as the extra cars are electric.
Report: Congestion Pricing Will Be a Huge Boost for Transit Workers
Here are 3.2 billion reason for transit workers to get on board the congestion pricing train.
Party Time: MTA Joins Legal Battle to Defend Congestion Pricing Against Jersey Suit
The MTA sought to join forces with the federal Department of Transportation to fight a specious lawsuit by New Jersey seeking to stall congestion pricing.
N.J.’s Congestion Pricing Lawsuit: Here’s Why It Should Fail
New Jersey is trying to get a judge to require an environmental impact statement for congestion pricing. But "in practice, the FHWA did many of the things that would be required under an environmental impact statement, so it's kind of like they did an EIS without calling it an EIS," according to one expert.