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Gov. Hochul: New York City's congestion pricing plan delayed indefinitely

Posted on AllSides June 5th, 2024
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New York City's congestion pricing has been paused indefinitely by Gov. Kathy Hochul - the plan would charge drivers who enter Manhattan below 60th Street.

According Gov. Hochul, the pause is driven by the cost of living and concerns about economic recovery.

Congestion pricing was set to take effect June 30.

Officials say passenger and commercial vehicles will cost $15, small trucks and buses will cost $24, large trucks will cost $36, motorcycles will cost $7.50 and passengers in taxis will pay $1.25 extra for each trip.

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