How HR can make commuter benefits more inclusive of public transit, even without congestion pricing

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Manhattan-bound commuters who work below 60th street were set to see their car rides become a lot more expensive before New York Gov. Kathy Hochul suspended a congestion pricing program that was set to take effect at the end of June.

The policy, which was approved by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Board in March, would have imposed a $15 toll on passenger vehicles entering Manhattan south of 60th street on weekdays from 5am to 9pm.

While the program was expected to generate big money for the city, it could’ve also created big financial headaches for employees who commute into the congestion

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