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New York City has pledged to reduce its emission to net zero by 2050 and implementing congestion pricing is a key component to achieving that goal. The program will help reduce air pollution, improve public health, and raise much-needed funds for improvements to public transportation, which will not only benefit New Yorkers, but also commuters throughout the region.

The federal government’s final Finding of No Significant Impact for the Central Business District Tolling Program, released on June 29, paves the way for the implementation of this first-in-the-nation policy that will provide crucial funding for the MTA.

Congestion Pricing In the News:

City & State NY: Transit groups call for congestion toll to be passed on to for-hire vehicle riders

Gothamist: MTA’s congestion pricing plan means big upgrades for NYC transit

New York Times: How a Congestion Pricing Windfall Could Upgrade the Subways

New York Magazine: Can Last-Ditch Lawsuits Kill Congestion Pricing in New York?

Spectrum News/NY1: City’s congestion pricing plan secures final federal approval

New York Daily News: N.Y.ers want congestion pricing to fix transit (op-ed by Congressmen Nadler and Goldman)

StreetsBlog NYC: Latest Data Show (Again!) That London’s Congestion Pricing is Working

The Guardian: New York becomes first city in US to approve congestion pricing (2019)

New York Times: Mayor Proposes a Fee for Driving Into Manhattan (2007)

NYLCV Weighs In:

Statement on Governor Phil Murphy’s Lawsuit to Stop Congestion Pricing

Statement on the Federal Government’s “Finding of No Significant Impact” for Congestion Pricing

Statement on the FHWA’s release of the letter of legal sufficiency

Statement in Support of Advancing Congestion Pricing in New York City

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