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In an era where urban landscapes are plagued with traffic snarls, excessive vehicle emissions, and deteriorating air quality, cities worldwide are exploring innovative measures to alleviate or ease these challenges. One such solution, which has become more popular in recent years, is the concept of 'congestion charges.'
In this episode of Down to Business English, Skip Montreux and Dez Morgan discuss the controversial topic of traffic congestion charges. The conversation kicks off with a look back at Singapore, the pioneer in this area, and segues into London's ULEZ system. But the core discussion? New York City's potential leap into this traffic-reduction system.
Join Skip and Dez and learn the answers to these questions:
- Which cities around the world have previously implemented congestion charges?
- What potential impact could congestions charges have on the New York City's traffic and revenue?
- What are criticisms faced by NYC’s congestion pricing system, especially in the context of New York and its neighboring states like New Jersey?
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