Will San Francisco Be the First U.S. City to Implement Congestion Pricing?

San Francisco Bay Guardian | December 4, 2008
The city could raise $35 million to $65 million for public transit improvements annually by charging drivers $3 to cross specific downtown zones during peak travel hours, according to a San Francisco County Transportation Authority study. But the plan requires approval from both local officials as well and the state legislature.

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