NYC’s Metroplitan Transportation Authority (MTA) pushed back plans to implement congestion pricing by at least several months, even as it waits for the Federal Highway Administration to give a final sign-off on its environmental assessment. The plan faced previous delays, and the agency said the move could cost a quarter of a billion dollars in expected revenue in 2024.

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