New York Congestion Pricing

New York congestion pricing was a proposed traffic congestion fee for vehicles traveling into or within the Manhattan central business district of New York City. The congestion pricing charge was one component of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan to improve the city's future environmental sustainability while planning for population growth, entitled PlaNYC 2030: A Greener, Greater New York. If approved and implemented, it would have been the first such fee scheme enacted in the United States. Nonetheless the proposal did not succeed as it was never put to a vote on the Assembly.

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