Will Congestion Pricing Fix NYC's Traffic Problem?

October 07, 2023

NYU Law professor Roderick Hills says businesses that need goods delivered stand to benefit from proposed tolls—of as high as $23—that would discourage "rubbernecking tourists" from driving in to Manhattan at peak times. But a lawsuit from New Jersey could stall the plan.

NYU Law professor Roderick Hills says businesses that need goods delivered stand to benefit from proposed tolls—of as high as $23—that would discourage "rubbernecking tourists" from driving in to Manhattan at peak times. But a lawsuit from New Jersey could stall the plan.

The source of this news is from New York University

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