Even as Metro-North and the LIRR fight over the same pot of money, they’re both helped by one of the biggest sources of funding for the MTA’s $51.5 billion capital plan. That is, the tolling of Manhattan’s central business district, known as congestion pricing.
But even as the MTA is counting on congestion pricing, there are still a lot of questions about how that revenue scheme should work. In a new report, the Regional Plan Association focuses on details such as who should be exempt, and whether pricing should vary depending on the time of day.
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