Activity Report: MTA Hearing on Congestion Pricing, Falling Home Sales, Costco Limits Some Purchases | Video

There were heated comments Friday during the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s virtual public hearing on congestion pricing for New York City. Some spoke in favor of the plan to increase tolls to fund improvements to the MTA, but others were categorically opposed. Witnesses included New Jersey Representative Josh Gottheimer (D-5e) and Ron Simoncini of the new Fair Congestion Pricing Alliance. Travel costs, according to Gottheimer, would drop to $ 31 per day.

New Jersey homes were selling quickly this year, but sales fell in August. Sales of single-family homes that closed last month are down more than 10% from August 2020, according to New Jersey Realtors. Despite this, sales for the year are still up over 13%. House prices continue to rise in all types of housing. For single-family homes, the median selling price for the month rose to $ 461,000, an increase of almost 13%.

Remember during the pandemic when retailers placed limits on purchases of toilet paper, cleaning supplies and other items? It’s happening again at Costco. But this time it’s a supply chain issue, with everything from shipping delays to a shortage of truck drivers. Costco says there is a lot of merchandise; he just has trouble getting this merchandise to his stores.

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