On March 30, the Federal Government gave the go ahead to the MTA to perform the environmental assessment which will look at how charging a toll on vehicles driving into Manhattan would affect traffic volumes and emissions. A more streamlined process for reviewing the plan’s environmental impacts will help move the project along faster than if a more formal environmental review was required. “The FHWA looks forward to assisting New York so we can arrive at a prompt and informed” environmental review, acting Federal Highway Administrator Stephanie Pollack said in a statement Tuesday.

With the vehicular traffic nearly as high as pre-pandemic and the New Jersey drivers blocking intersections again, we cannot wait.

In case you need a refresher course on the plan. Here it is

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Miriam Fisher
Miriam Fisher
3 months ago

Will the exemptions from surcharges in the 2019 law still apply?
People with disabilities and also income below $60 000 from our area who need to drive to work because no nearby public transportation ?

Team Chekpeds
Team Chekpeds
Reply to  Miriam Fisher
3 months ago

the exemptions have not been discussed yet.