Komanoff: Congestion Pricing Fee Plan is Solid
Here’s what’s to like about the Traffic Mobility Review Board's central business district toll recommendations. It's a lot!
Analysis: NYC Congestion Pricing Fee May Be Too Low for Taxi and Uber Riders
Taxi passengers are going to get a break from congestion tolling — but is it too generous a break?
New York’s Green Rideshare Rule is Bad Transportation AND Climate Policy
Mayor Adams has made a bad decision to waive the de Blasio-era cap on the number of ride-hail vehicles allowed in New York City, so long as the extra cars are electric.
Report: Congestion Pricing Will Be a Huge Boost for Transit Workers
Here are 3.2 billion reason for transit workers to get on board the congestion pricing train.
Here’s Why N.J.’s Congestion Pricing Lawsuit Should Fail
New Jersey is trying to get a judge to require an environmental impact statement for congestion pricing. But "in practice, the FHWA did many of the things that would be required under an environmental impact statement, so it's kind of like they did an EIS without calling it an EIS," according to one expert.
Which Car-Cutting Strategies Really Work — And Which Ones Will We Accept?
A new study explores what it really takes to cut VMT, and how communities can craft effective plans to transition out of car dependency.
Live from New York: It’s a New Congestion Pricing Battle
Allow Streetsblog's Explainer to get you up to speed.
N.J. Gov. Candidate: Stop Fighting Congestion Pricing — Expand It Instead!
he Jersey City mayor who hopes to be the next Garden State governor thinks current Gov. Murphy's lawsuit to stop congestion pricing is "wrong" — and vows to expand tolling to charge New York drivers for the congestion they cause in Jersey.
New York Doubles Down on Congestion Pricing After New Jersey Sues
"Congestion pricing is going to happen," a defiant Gov. Kathy Hochul said on Friday.
Is A $15 Toll The ‘Political Sweet Spot’ for Congestion Pricing?
A "modest" $15 peak-hour, $9 weekend, and $3 off-peak toll combination would cut traffic by 14 percent and raise $1.2 billion for the MTA, economists Charles Komanoff and Gernot Wagner said in a new report.