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New Jersey’s Case Against Congestion Pricing Hits Troubled Waters on Hearing’s Second Day

The Garden State's lawyer exposed the holes in its case by failing to cite any provision to back his claim that "the obligation of NEPA is to mitigate everywhere you find impacts."

April 5, 2024

Reporter’s Notebook: NJ Finally Gets Its Day in Court in Congestion Pricing Suit

New Jersey's lawsuit against the first congestion tolls in American history finally gets a hearing Newark. Here's a run through of the trial's first day.

April 4, 2024

Curtain Raiser: This Week’s Congestion Pricing Hearing Isn’t What You Think

Senior Judge Leo Gordon now holds the fate of congestion pricing in his hands. What will he do?

April 2, 2024

The Toll of History: MTA Board Approves $15 Congestion Pricing Fee

New York City's congestion pricing tolls are one historic step closer to reality after Wednesday's 11-1 MTA board vote. Next step: all those pesky lawsuits.

March 28, 2024

Komanoff: Here’s Why the MTA Board Should Proudly Approve Congestion Pricing

The board will likely be slammed by the stragglers who will never accept the hard truths about the cost of their driving, but congestion pricing will do even better than the MTA realizes.

March 26, 2024

Republican Suffolk Co. Exec’s Pick for MTA Board Backs Congestion Toll

Another county heard from — and this time, it's making sense!

March 20, 2024

Supporters of Congestion Pricing Outnumbered Foes 2-1 in Final Input

Pro-congestion pricing commenters nearly doubled the number of people opposed to the forthcoming tolls during the MTA's final round of public input.

March 19, 2024

New Fed Grant for Queens Park Project Pushes Rail Proposal to the Brink

Good news for QueensWay means that the QueensLink transit proposal is in danger of running off the tracks.

March 15, 2024

‘Transit Hardship’: Report Shows Why Fair Fares Must Be Expanded to More Workers

A new report on transit fares has found that more than one-in-five moderate-income residents experiences “affordability hardship.”

Transit Union Opposes Congestion Toll, Though Almost No Workers Will Pay

Just 1,500 subway workers and 700 bus workers report to work inside the tolling zone — 5.5 percent of the workforce. And of that, very few drive there.

March 13, 2024