If It Moves, Tax It. If It Keeps Moving, Regulate It.
D.C.-To-NYC Buses May Get More Expensive With New Regulations
"In D.C.'s Chinatown neighborhood, buses leave to or arrive from New York City at almost any hour. These buses have grown in popularity, thanks in large part to their low prices.
But starting this summer, D.C. can charge companies using curbside space a public space rental fee of $80,000 a year or more. Pete Pantuso, head of the American Bus Association, says that this fee will be passed along to the riders in the form of higher prices. And he says D.C. is using a booming local industry as an ATM."
MP: You knew this had to happen....