It’s a Crumbling Road to Despair. Can New York Fix the B.Q.E.?

A study released the other day by the Regional Plan Association — commissioned by A Better Way — suggested that congestion pricing could reduce traffic on the B.Q.E. into Manhattan by 13 percent, enough to allow the road to shrink down to four lanes. That’s assuming politicians, catering to countless constituencies, don’t exempt so many routes that congestion pricing becomes toothless.

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