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                                      will unlock a better New York

CONGESTION

PRICING

It’s time for a city that moves faster, breathes easier, and works better. Congestion Pricing will dramatically reduce traffic in the Congestion Relief Zone, transforming the area from gridlocked to unlocked. Less traffic means cleaner air, safer streets, and better transit.

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A toll to
reduce gridlock

Starting in June 2024, vehicles entering the Congestion Relief Zone in Manhattan — local streets and avenues at or below 60 Street — will be charged a toll.

 

The toll will result in 100,000 fewer vehicles entering the zone every day, relieving crowding in what is today the most congested district in the United States.

The true cost of gridlock

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Project updates

Exemptions for people with disabilities

Information is available about plans for people with disabilities, or those who transport them, to apply for a toll exemption.

Transit improvements at risk

Congestion Pricing will fund transit improvements. If the program is delayed, capital projects will be put on hold.

Review the presentation and press release

Research

Read the expert toll recommendations

The Traffic Mobility Review Board prepared a balanced proposal for tolls, discounts, and exemptions.

Read the Finding of No Significant Impact

The Federal Highway Administration declared that Congestion Pricing would have no significant environmental impact.

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