Mayor de Blasio said that congestion pricing wasn't fair to the city's outer boroughs, and didn't have a conceivable path through the state Senate.
Public officials railed against a potential plan to enact tolls on the city's East River bridges, in order to help distribute costs currently shouldered by bridges in other boroughs.
Congestion pricing has been shot down plenty of times in the past, but as of this morning, it's back on the table.
How do you feel about $5.54 East River Tolls that could help save the subway?
A coalition led by former traffic commissioner Sam Schwartz is releasing a proposal today to enact tolls on four East River bridges, in attempt to make the city's transit more equitable.
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