New York State Bridge Authority Traffic and Revenue Declines in February Compared to 2016

Daily Freeman reports, “Traffic volume and revenue on the five Hudson River crossings operated by the New York State Bridge Authority were lower in February 2017 than in the same month a year earlier. . . . Overall traffic volume . . . fell by 3.53 percent; revenue from tolls dropped by 3.98 percent. Authority officials cited two possible factors for the declines: February being a day longer in 2016, and two snowstorms occurring in February 2017.”