Statement on the Campaign for New York’s Future

Julie Tighe, President of the New York League of Conservation Voters, said, “NYLCV originally joined the Campaign for New York’s Future to continue our advocacy for expanded mobility and open space by reimagining the city’s streetscape. However, given that the coalition’s priorities are broader than our mission to improve our environment and fight for open space, we reevaluated our role and decided to step away. As always, NYLCV will continue to advocate for investments and policies that support working class New Yorkers – whether we’re urging Congress to fund the MTA or fighting for congestion pricing.”