While the majority of residents in the city seem to support Congestion Pricing, Brooklyn came in last, according to the Streetsblog poll which is missing Staten Island due to insufficient response:
Manhattan: 60.6 percent in favor, 32.5 percent opposed (pro-toll margin: 28.1 percent).
Bronx: 58.7 percent in favor, 34.3 percent opposed (pro-toll margin: 24.4 percent).
Queens: 54.8 percent in favor, 38.2 percent opposed (pro-toll margin: 16.6 percent).
— Fix Our Transit (@FixOurTransit) January 18, 2019
Before they were officially the Dodgers, the Brooklyn baseball team went by many other names, including the Brooklyn Grays, the Bridegrooms, and the Superbas. And before there was Ebbets Field, there was Washington Park. Read more on our blog: https://t.co/OfH4JUh8M8 pic.twitter.com/nosey7lw7Z
— Brooklynology (@Brooklynology) January 18, 2019
Please get what you need to get done on Saturday during the morning and afternoon and stay off the streets Saturday evening through Sunday, so @NYCSanitation can clear the roads. Better to make other plans now so you’re not out on the road during the storm. pic.twitter.com/Y3pbUWgpDo
— NYC Mayor’s Office (@NYCMayorsOffice) January 18, 2019