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  |  February 28, 2020

Manhattan Ride Will Cost More

From now, yellow cabs, Ubers, Lyfts driving south of 96th Street in Manhattan will have a congestion pricing surcharge. Full Story, Video

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Everything is going up
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Everything is going up

Besides Rebbis paychecks…

Conspiracy
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Conspiracy

This is part of the extreme left wing “progressive” conspiracy to drive the middle class out of the city, leaving us with only the welfare recipients.

You took your time!!!!
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You took your time!!!!

London has had the (city zone) congestion charge for (coming up to) 16 years!
Surprised NY took so long to cotton on to this money spinner.

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To comment one

U mean everyone’s paychecks…

Whoops
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Whoops

There goes my date plan for tonight

The MTA's prices keep going up.
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The MTA's prices keep going up.

It’s time we stop the unlimited increases for the corrupt unionists, that are hired by the MTA to take permanent vacations. I have seen late (like around 2:00 AM or 3:00 AM how the union “workers” have 5 of them standing around doing nothing while another one, actually works on the tracks. After 10 minutes, he gets back on the platform and another jumps down and work for 10 minutes, then he gets up and a third one works on the track for 10 minutes. Thus out of every hour, every ‘worker’ gets a 50 minute break, and this is… Read more »

Welcome to NYC
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Welcome to NYC

This is wonderful. Here’s what’s really happening: NYC subway is terrible and slow and becoming more and more overpriced and dysfunctional. Moreover, they now have to start making repairs and shutting down parts of lines in order to repair damage from hurricane sandy. Along comes uber and figures out how to make cab prices very cheap, so they are taking a lot of the former subway business. So instead of the MTA getting better and stepping up to the competition (which is the whole idea of capitalism, that competition breeds innovation and improvement and is overall better for everyone), the… Read more »

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