Traffic Mobility Review Board
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!
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.
Opinion: Keep Congestion Pricing True and Equitable By Not Crediting Tunnel Drivers
Every day for six hours, the west side of Manhattan is engulfed in a tsunami of New Jersey drivers. It must end.
KOMANOFF: Don’t Sabotage Congestion Pricing With Tunnel Double-Tolling
Whatever your opinion, let’s please debate the decision over who gets a credit based on dollar realities, not nightmares.
Congestion Pricing Tunnel Credits Would Help New Jersey Drivers Over New Yorkers
New York drivers would have to shoulder a greater share of the cost of congestion pricing — and more motorists would come into the Big Apple from New Jersey — if transit officials give congestion toll discounts to people using existing tunnels, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority revealed yesterday.
Manhattan Elected Officials Urge Congestion Pricing Discount For Electric Cars
Some elected officials in Manhattan are asking for a break on the full congestion pricing toll for electric vehicles, but advocates aren't so sure. "We need to, in this case, encourage people to be taking mass transit and using alternative means of transportation."
‘They’re All Adults’ — But Did The Traffic Mobility Review Board Do The Reading?
Meet the six people who will decide the future of New York City's congestion pricing program. Great news if you want to serve on a panel in your future: You don't have to pay much attention before you get there.
Wednesday’s Headlines: Traffic Mobility Review Board Edition
The panel tasked with coming up with congestion pricing toll recommendations for the MTA board to approve meets for the first time on Wednesday. Plus other news.
Is A $15 Toll The ‘Political Sweet Spot’ for Congestion Pricing?
A "modest" $15 peak-hour, $9 weekend, and $3 off-peak toll combination would cut traffic by 14 percent and raise $1.2 billion for the MTA, economists Charles Komanoff and Gernot Wagner said in a new report.
Will Congestion Pricing Properly Toll Taxis and Ubers?
A new proposal to charge Uber and Lyft riders in Manhattan instead of drivers has been put on the table, but the MTA's agreement with the federal government may sink the idea before it can get any momentum.