The art of easing a city’s traffic gridlock

Congestion pricing strategies are surfacing around the country to address traffic flow and boost infrastructure funds. s urban populations increase and new commuter services become available nationwide, cities are increasingly dealing with the scourge of transportation: traffic.
To combat traffic in the Big Apple, a Fix NYC advisory panel recently unveiled a congestion pricing plan for lower Manhattan, which has been met with heated debates and protests. The plan comes on the heels of a similar move in the Washington, DC suburbs of Northern Virginia, where many solo motorists took a hit to the wallet when congestion pricing kicked in on I-66.