Residents Outside Proposed Congestion Pricing Zone Fearful Their Already Minimal Parking Will Dry Up

By Andrea Grymes

 Congestion pricing is getting the green light in Albany, but drivers are seeing red over the new deal.

The plan involves charging a toll on drivers entering Midtown, Manhattan below 60th Street. The surcharge will not apply to the West Side Highway and FDR Drive, as long as you are just passing through.

Sources have told CBS2 drivers in cars could pay around $11.50, and truck drivers around $25.

A panel of experts will set the surcharges by the end of 2020.

But residents who live in the zone say the plan will cost them more than just toll fees, CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reported Monday.

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