This weekend, the Times compiled all City Council Members’ current stances on congestion pricing. According to the article, “[The] survey of the Council’s 51 members this week found opposition to the plan running at nearly a 2-1 ratio among those who have taken a position. Mr. Bloomberg needs 26 votes for approval of the plan, which would charge drivers $8 to enter Manhattan below 60th Street. Asked how they would vote if they had to decide today, 12 council members said they would vote yes, 20 said they would vote no, and 11 said they were undecided, but with serious concerns. The other eight did not respond.”

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