Congestion pricing: MTA left in the lurch after Hochul scraps toll plan, Albany fails on funding bill

What does the MTA do now without congestion pricing?

The authority had counted on the Manhattan tolling program, which was to take effect on June 30, to provide a billion dollars a year in new revenue to fund $15 billion in anticipated transit improvements. There was “no Plan B,” as MTA Chair Janno Lieber previously said in response to congestion pricing and legal challenges it faced.