Manhattan is the only borough with the majority of its residents supporting congestion pricing in a new poll:
OUTER BOROUGHS QUESTION CONGE$TION: POLL
The congestion pricing pilot program, is opposed by 56 percent of New Yorkers, according to a poll released yesterday. Thirty-seven percent of 1,018 city voters polled by Quinnipiac University said they support the plan to charge drivers $8 and truckers $21 to enter Manhattan below 86th Street on weekdays.
In an effort to cut back on the current congestion, the mayor is cracking down box-blockers:
Box blockers beware
'BLOCK'-HEADS BETTER BEWARE
Meanwhile, the head of the MTA is suggesting longer platforms and trains and speedier service:
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