Tuesday, April 08, 2008

And I Thought the Seventh Avenue Line Was Bad

What we have to look forward to if New York City doesn't choose to see the bigger picture for Mayor Bloomberg's New York congestion pricing plan (at least, I think there is a bigger picture to be seen beyond the daily inconvenience of higher bridge and tunnel tolls):

I guess they don't really believe that "there is another train directly behind this one."

More about the opposing views
In this corner, fighting for congestion pricing:
Campaign for New York's Future
And in the opposite corner, campaigning against congestion pricing:
Keep NYC Congestion Tax Free

“When two elephants fight, the grass suffers; and, when the same two elephants make love, the grass also suffers.”
- Swahili Proverb

My fellow commuters, we are the grass, as the death of Bloomberg's proposal at the state level meant that New York City would miss the deadline to qualify for $354 million in federal funds for traffic aid.


JanelleGrace said...

Oh my, Im surprised they got everyone squished in there.


That was interesting! HAHAH, no way would that ever happen here!

HAHA!! ::thinking in my head::