City Council Passes Congestion Pricing. Next Stop: Albany.

The City Council has voted 30-20 to approve the home rule message sending congestion pricing to the state legislature. Noah Budnick of Transportation Alternatives gave us the full roll call, after the jump.

Yes:

Vacca
Mendez
Arroyo
Baez
Brewer
Dickens
Felder
Garodnick
Gerson
Gioia
Gonzalez
Jackson
James
Koppell
Lappin
Liu
Viverito
Martinez
McMahon
Monserrat
Palma
Sanders
Seabrook
Stewart
Vann
White
Yassky
Recchia
Rivera
Quinn

No:

Addabbo
Avella
Barron
Comrie
DeBlasio
Dilan
Eugene
Fidler
Gallagher
Gennero
Gentile
Ignizio
Katz
Mealy
Nelson
Sears
Vallone
Reyna
Oddo

Not present:
Foster

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