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Drivers Might Have To Pay Up To $25.34 To Drive In Busy NYC Areas
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19 Jan 2018 07:35 PM EST

A fee proposal has been developed by a panel created by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to charge drivers who enter Manhattan's busiest areas on work days. Those with cars would pay $11.52, while those with trucks would pay $25.34. The fee would raise money to fund projects to upgrade New York City's aging and unreliable transit system. Under the proposal, the fee would apply to cars that drive through Manhattan's central business district, which runs from the southern tip of the island to 60th Street. There would be some exceptions: those using the East River bridges wouldn't have to pay the fee, and those who used the Holland or Lincoln Tunnels wouldn't have to pay an additional fee on top of their tolls.

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