Carol from East 5th Street shared this photo of signs spotted hanging around the neighborhood...
That's one point of view on congestion pricing... and a reminder that Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer is hosting a public hearing tomorrow night on "congestion pricing’s impact on Manhattanites."
Per her invite:
The congestion pricing plan now under consideration in Albany has the potential to change the way Manhattan works in a major way. For example, equalizing the tolls on all bridges and tunnels would reduce the incentive to cross Manhattan via Canal St. to reach New Jersey.
I want to know what Manhattanites think. Attend this public hearing, learn more about the proposal from the experts — and make your voice heard!
The meeting is from 6-9 p.m. at Cooper Union's Rose Auditorium, 41 Cooper Square — the building that looks like the spaceship between Sixth Street and Seventh Street.
And here's another view on congestion pricing via Streetsblog.