4:00pm Gridlock at the 86th Street Boundary


In this StreetFilm
, Upper Green Side’s Glenn McAnanama takes viewers on a brief tour of 86th St. and Second Ave., a heavily congested intersection on the northern boundary of Mayor Bloomberg’s proposed congestion pricing zone.

It’s 4:00 pm and it’s ugly.

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