Trainspotter 0 Posted October 26, 2007 Share #1 Posted October 26, 2007 Pol doubts city's traffic estimates A member of the state panel evaluating congestion pricing knocked the city's traffic estimates because they were generated by a computer model that uses a 10-year-old survey of local traveling patterns. "Will someone please tell me how a survey done in 1997 can tell you how long it takes to get anywhere in 2007?," said Assemb. Richard Brodsky, (D-Westchester), a vocal critic of congestion pricing. "The changes in behavior -- just telecommuting alone -- are impossible to measure because of the information is ten years old." Full story: AMNY - October 26, 2007 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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