The senior lobbying group supports congestion pricing, even though opponents of congestion pricing often cite seniors as their reason for opposing tolls.
Of 21 pedestrians killed in traffic on NYC streets this year, 10 of them -- 48 percent -- were 65 or older. The toll during the first two months of 2017 highlights a longstanding fact: NYC seniors are especially vulnerable to traffic violence.
Motorists killed three people walking and biking in Brooklyn. In one case a driver ran over a senior in broad daylight and left the scene.