Rideshare companies are investing in public infrastructure, but only when it helps their bottom line.
The city is getting it either way.
New York is about to institute congestion pricing, and it will include an exemption for people who make below $60,000 per year.
On April 1, New York state will pass its annual budget. Experts say this might be the year that the state finally passes congestion pricing. The question is whether legislators can do it ethically.
Charles Komanoff's 'Balanced Transportation Analyzer' is the most comprehensive accounting possible of how a congestion charge in Manhattan would affect New York City.
The case for extreme congestion pricing.