How will congestion pricing work for drivers in NYC?

The MTA has released its capital plan, anticipating pulling $15 billion from congestion pricing, a toll imposed on Manhattan drivers south of 60th St. and to use that money to fix the city's transit system. 

The Regional Plan Association, which has advised policymakers on transportation issues for the better part of the last century, has outlined what it considers to be the best way to enact the tax.

"The charge should be highest when the congestion is worst, and that lines up nicely with when transit is actually operating at its best," said Rachel Weinberger, Ph.D., a Senior Fellow for Transportation at the RPA.

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