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This weekend Mayor Michael Bloomberg is expected to introduce an $8.00 congestion fee for drivers who enter Manhattan below 86th Street.
(CBS) NEW YORK A controversial new plan is about to be implemented to improve the quality of life in New York City.
On the city's traffic-clogged arteries Friday, Bloomberg was not a popular guy. "Next thing he's gonna charge us to cross the street," one driver said.
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[edit on 21-4-2007 by Black_Fox]
Originally posted by djohnsto77
I really don't see what this would accomplish. Not many people here drive in the city during the daytime anyway since it's usually much easier and faster to use the subway (plus most of us who live in Manhattan don't even own cars).