Feds: NYC Congestion Pricing Plan Can Move ForwardThe U.S. Department of Transportation is allowing New York to begin its federally required environmental assessment of congestion pricing. 
MTA's Controversial Congestion Pricing Plan Could Be Delayed Until At Least 2023The plan was expected to add $15 billion to the MTA's capital plan and reduce congestion.
MTA Officials: Coronavirus Likely To Prevent Congestion Pricing From Starting In January 2021The Metropolitan Transportation Authority's controversial congestion pricing plan is another victim of the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Cuomo Says Feds Must First Approve Congestion Pricing Before Toll Charge Can Be DeterminedIt's the burning question tens of thousands of people who drive into and around Manhattan want to know: What is the plan for congestion pricing?
Congestion Pricing On The Rocks? Controversial Plan Hits Potential Roadblock, Courtesy Of The FedsThere is possible relief on the horizon for drivers in the city.
MTA CEO Pat Foye Says Key Congestion Pricing Decisions Will Be Made In Private"I think it's appropriate for an advisory group like that to have the ability to meet, on occasion, in private," Foye said.
No Free Street Parking On The UWS? It Could HappenCould New York City take another huge step in clearing cars from streets by eliminating all free street parking? An Upper West Side transportation committee is floating the controversial idea.
Council Speaker Johnson Unveils Sweeping NYC Streets 'Master Plan' Designed To 'Break The Car Culture'City Council Speaker Corey Johnson and transportation advocates rallied Tuesday on the steps of City Hall as lawmakers prepared to approve a new "streets master plan."
Transit Chief Byford: Gov. Cuomo And I 'Are On The Same Page'It was a quintessential New York moment on Tuesday. Byford greeting a bevy of Bronx politicians while the ghost of Gov. Andrew Cuomo looked on.
'Getting It Right': Group Releases Congestion Pricing Report, RecommendationsRegional Plan Association President Tom Wright joined CBSN New York to discuss the study, titled “Congestion Pricing in NYC: Getting It Right.”
Some Wonder If Troubled MTA Can Be Trusted To Wisely Spend Billions Generated By Congestion PricingCan the agency spend the $1 billion a year from congesting pricing without wasting it?