Congestion pricing

Driving down Manhattan's busiest streets could soon cost you. The New York City Council is debating a plan to implement congestion pricing. This has been tried before, but one advocacy group said the city could impose it with or without Albany's approval. Move NY campaign director Alex Matthiessen proposed a $2.75 fee on cars entering Manhattan's central business district south of 60th Street. Trucks would pay a higher fee while all for-hire vehicles would pay a congestion surcharge based on travel within the zone.

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