A non-profit group on Wednesday released its suggested fees for Manhattan’s congestion pricing plan.
It’s no secret that the looming congestion pricing plan has drivers worrying about their future commutes and how it will affect their wallets.
The official details are still a mystery as New York City officials continue to try to decide on a fee for all vehicle entering Manhattan’s central business district, south of 60th Street.
The Regional Plan Association (RPA) is hoping to shed some light on the confusion and recommended a fee of $6.12 to drive into the heart of the city between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m on every weekday.
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