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NYC Gets Federal Backing For $8 Congestion Charge

August 15, 2007

New York City will receive $354 million from Washington to boost bus service before it starts charging Manhattan drivers an $8-per-car fee, the mayor and governor said, Reuters reports.The new fees for driving into Manhattan south of 86th Street will go into effect in 18 months, unless the state legislature crafts an alternative.The award represents a turnaround after state lawmakers nearly rejected the plan and appeared to cease any chance of getting the federal aid.
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