San Francisco is considering a congestion pricing plan to relieve traffic
The plan would charge a fee for those entering a certain zone in downtown
The $6.50 fee would be discounted for those making under $100,000
No fee would be charged to those making less than $46,000, the plan propose
San Francisco is considering a congestion pricing plan that would charge motorists for entering the busy downtown core — but only if they make more than $46,000 per year.
The San Francisco County Transportation Authority is leading the city’s study on the proposal to charge a fee to any drivers who enter the downtown zone, details of which were reported by the San Francisco Chronicle.
London has used a similar congestion charge scheme for nearly a decade, but it does not include an income threshold. New York City is currently considering a daily charge of $14 for motorists who enter certain parts of Manhattan.