The Daily News exposes which city residents are most likely to drive to work in Manhattan, such as this guy:
Joe Lee, a city engineer who lives in Whitestone and works downtown, said if he ditched his car he would have to take a bus and two subways each way. "To go by public transportation it would take an average of an hour and a half to two hours," he said. "If I take the car, it's a much saner commute."
Have a pro-pricing editorial by Gridlock Sam, who says the plan needs some tweaking, like:
Apply congestion pricing to transit. Reduce the bus fares in the subway-less neighborhoods to $1.
Report that average Londoners are split over whether or not the plan has been good for Britain.
And report that the boys and girls upstate are none too pleased with the plan:
"Nobody wants to cross the mayor right now in public," said one Republican legislative official. "But at the end of the day, is this going to go anywhere? No."
Meanwhile, the cost of taking public transportation is soon to increase, reports Metro:
Fare hike on track
"The MTA will unveil next year’s budget — and possible fare hike — in July"
And John Liu has his opinion:
$8 fee? Try more buses first - pol