Mr. Komanoff has also looked at the economic impact of the other common conveyances of city life—bikes, buses, subways—and is, not surprisingly, in favor of congestion tax, along with time-of-day dependent sliding fares for public transit. The best part of Mr. Komanoff’s analysis, though (for those of us who ride the bus), is probably this:
[Buses should be free] because the time saved when passengers aren’t fumbling for change more than makes up for the lost fare revenue.
FREE BUSES, BITCHIEZ!!1!