Everything New York City does is by design to make money off of its citizens.
The city installed red light cameras, lowered speed limits, installed speed cameras, and eliminated parking spots. Then it removed more parking spots by creating bike and bus lanes and closing streets for pedestrian plazas, purposely creating a congestion problem.
Now they want to charge you a fee/tax to enter certain areas after the city.
What is going to happen when the subways get more crowded because drivers find it too expensive to drive into the city?
Everything has an angle, and consumers are so blinded that they don't even see it but are the first to be susceptible to it and absorb the costs both short term and long term, all while some corporations pay NO taxes.
Nelson M. Flores