The unresolved questions on NYC congestion pricing implementation

There are still many unresolved questions about how congestion pricing will work, some of which are supposed to be answered by the Traffic Mobility Review Board – a six-person panel tasked with making recommendations for implementation.

But over the past few months, transit advocacy groups and elected officials have been ringing alarm bells that the MTA has yet to appoint the members of the Traffic Mobility Review Board, leaving the panel with less than a year to make recommendations on thorny issues like the price of the congestion fee, and which of the many potentially deserving groups will receive exemptions to the congestion tolls.