Those hikes are rough. More and more just goes into living expenses in general, although this tactic seems to be the nature of a monopoly like the MTA. Rack up the fee commuters are forced to pay because there is no other option for mass transportation. Truth is, I wish there were more hiring businesses in town so most of us don't have to commute.
I am a PC resident and commute to NYC. I see a ton of fellow commuters come in from neighboring Greenwich and Rye because we have more MTA parking in the waterfront shopping center and cheaper fairs. Questions:
1) Does the town get any revenue from a shared deal to provide parking?
2) How does a small village like PC absorb all that traffic?
3) Are there any clear, proven and direct benefits to local business from this influx? View Comment