Recent Streetsblog NYC posts about Bridge Tolls

Council members are bullish on a new "home rule" congestion pricing proposal, but City Hall contends that it's an issue for Albany.

Trottenberg Offers Congestion Solutions, But de Blasio Administration Won’t Touch Toll Reform

In light of a new legal analysis that concluded NYC can toll its own streets without waiting for Albany, the Move New York campaign has proposed a "home rule" version of its road pricing plan that would charge $2.75 to drive across the four East River bridges and a 60th Street cordon and tax for-hire vehicle and taxi trips in the densest parts of Manhattan. But despite a supportive City Council, the de Blasio administration isn't adding road pricing to its agenda.