NYC Congestion Pricing: Mobility, Access and Public Space
Feb 20, 2019
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2019-02-20 18:00:002019-02-20 20:00:00America/New_YorkNYC Congestion Pricing: Mobility, Access and Public SpaceTraffic congestion in Manhattan’s central business dis
Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Place New York NY 10012
Feb 20, 2019
Photo: Doug Gordon.
Feb 20 6pm to 8pm
Center for Architecture
1.5 LU / 1.5 HSW
Traffic congestion in Manhattan’s central business district is rising, causing delays to everyone, while service on the city’s buses and subways is on the decline. For-hire vehicles (FHV) have flooded the streets in congested parts of the city but not others. Meanwhile, the region’s public transportation systems are struggling with deteriorated infrastructure and chronic funding shortages.
Join a distinguished panel of experts in transportation policy, economics, and urbanism as they discuss the linkage of these critical issues, how congestion mitigation proposals now under consideration can help provide solutions to these vexing problems, and why this matters to architects, planners, and designers committed to promoting a livable and equitable city.
Moderator: Jon Orcutt, Director of Advocacy & Communications, Bike New York
Speakers: Charles Komanoff, Policy Analyst, Nurture Nature Foundation Nicole Gelinas, Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute
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