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Support for Congestion Pricing, Not Harlem River Tolls, at SD 31 Debate
by Noah Kazis
(Originally posted September 8, 2010 on www.streetsblog.org.)
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The Broadway Bridge connects Harlem to the Bronx and could be the site of a future toll. (Image courtesy of Flickr/Barbara L. Hanson. Originally used by Carla Zanoni on DNAinfo.com.)
Broadway Bridge
Five candidates vying to become Upper Manhattan's next state senator met in the 168th Street Armory last night to make their case to the car-free voters of Riverdale, Inwood, Washington Heights, West Harlem, and the Upper West Side. At a debate sponsored by Transportation Alternatives and WE ACT for Environmental Justice, important differences emerged over how best to solve the MTA's budget crisis and make streets safe for pedestrians and cyclists.