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The new Nielsen//NetRatings data released last week confirmed a trend: With 13.7 million unique users in the month of April, NYTimes.com remains the highest-trafficked newspaper Website. So what is it that brings all these readers to the Times' site? A look at the tag cloud of most-searched stories — in which the larger the word or phrase appears, the more it has been searched for — reveals that on Internet, the Gray Lady is obsessed with the same thing everyone else is:
The MTA expects a windfall from the sale of Hudson Yards, but that doesn't mean it won't need the anticipated revenue stream from congestion pricing. The weekday drivers' fee into central Manhattan was proposed last month by Mayor Bloomberg to fund mass-transit improvements. New York City Partnership chief Kathryn Wilde, an early advocate of congestion pricing, told us this morning that even a record-breaking price at Hudson Yards would leave the MTA in the hole. "When we've cut ribbons on $50 billion of [needed] projects and have money to cover $20 billion, congestion pricing becomes not a new tax but a revenue stream," she told us. Like the mayor, Wilde expects state approval before this year's legislative session ends in June. Which would be some kind of record in itself.
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