Seattle’s study of downtown tolling was due Feb. 4. What happened to it?

As New York becomes the first American city to charge tolls on city streets with a policy known as congestion pricing, Seattle is still waiting on a study of the policy promised months ago. Under a contract signed last fall, the city will pay the consulting firm Nelson\Nygaard up to $200,000 for an analysis of the “impacts and benefits” of congestion pricing that will “lead with an equity lens,” according to the contract. But the due date for that work, Feb. 4, has come and gone and the report has not been publicly released…