You may have seen in the news recently a lot of debate around New York City's anticipated Congestion Pricing, set to become active in 2021.
What makes NYC's anticipated congestion pricing plan so monumental is that it's being studied by other cities and urban areas in the United States as a potential model for their own repair woes.
What's the pricing looking like? As per the NYTimes article above, "Mr. Schwartz was on a state task force on congestion pricing that last year recommended fees of $11.52 for cars and $25.34 for trucks."
This has been put into practice in other international cities, with positive outcomes due to reduced traffic and air pollution: "London, Stockholm and Singapore have been held up as international models for congestion pricing."
With other urban areas like Amsterdam removing thousands of parking spots...
And the research being there to prove that walking is so much better for people, cities, and the environment:
It will be interesting to see how the future of cars, cities, and people interact.