Recent Streetsblog NYC posts about Jeff Zupan

Brian Ketcham Proposes a “Simpler, Cheaper Traffic Fix”

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Distribution of vehicles entering Manhattan CBD by direction and pricing status (Zupan & Perrotta, 2003). In an op/ed piece in Monday’s Daily News, Brooklyn-based transportation consultant Brian Ketcham proposed some changes to Mayor Bloomberg’s congestion pricing plan. Ketcham, who has been pushing for some form of congestion pricing since his time working for the Lindsay […]

RPA Refutes Anti-Pricing “Alternatives” Study

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On Wednesday, Jeffrey Zupan, Regional Plan Association’s transportation analyst, issued a comprehensive rebuttal of the main traffic reducing measures proposed in Keep NYC Congestion Tax Free’s anti-congestion pricing report, “Alternative Approaches to Traffic Congestion Mitigation in the Manhattan Central Business District." Thanks to Zupan, Transportation Alternatives and other critics, four fundamental problems with the Keep […]

Legislator Wants New Jersey Rep on Pricing Panel

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From the Star-Ledger: The leader of the New Jersey Senate called on New York yesterday to find a seat on its 17-member congestion pricing commission for a representative from New Jersey. Senate President Richard J. Codey said 250,000 New Jersey commuters a day would be affected if New York approves congestion pricing. "This is a […]