NYers Hate Traffic, Not Wild About Solutions

NEW YORK -

Eighty-six percent of New Yorkers say traffic congestion is a “very serious” or “somewhat serious” problem, including 89 percent of those who drive to work and 85 percent of mass transit users, a Quinnipiac poll released Monday found. But they’re not thrilled by proposed solutions. Seventy-one percent say tolls on free East River bridges would be a bad idea, but it drops to 49 percent if tolls were reduced on other Manhattan bridges.