Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Could Congestion Pricing Finally Work For New York City?

Worsening traffic in New York City is a personal inconvenience, an environmental blight, and an economic drag—possibly to the tune of $20 billion. That’s the latest projection by the Partnership for New York City of the annual loss for the metro area over the next five years, if nothing is done to unjam cars.

Congestion pricing is widely viewed by transportation advocates and researchers as an essential intervention into the city’s growing transportation crisis. It’s an idea that’s succeeded else…