NEW YORK — More than two years after the congestion pricing plan was included in the state budget, New Yorkers and people who travel into the city are getting a chance to voice their opinion on the matter. Over the last two weeks, the MTA has been holding public hearings, which are part of the extensive review process federal officials require.

A total of 10 public meetings, three of which have already taken place, are dedicated to the various geographic areas most likely to be affected by the plan to charge vehicles that enter Manhattan below 61st Street.

Rachel Weinberger, senior fellow at the Regional Plan Association, joined NY1 political anchor Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” on Friday evening to talk more about the proposed implementation of the plan and what happens after these public hearings.


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Watch the full interview above.


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