'Marketplace' Report: Mass-Transit Funding The federal government is granting $354 million in funding to New York City to bolster a traffic-reduction plan. Bloomberg wants to charge drivers who enter and leave Manhattan during rush hour. In order for the funds to come through, the plan must be implemented by March of next year.
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'Marketplace' Report: Mass-Transit Funding

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'Marketplace' Report: Mass-Transit Funding

'Marketplace' Report: Mass-Transit Funding

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The federal government is granting $354 million in funding to New York City to bolster a traffic-reduction plan. Bloomberg wants to charge drivers who enter Manhattan during rush hour. In order for the funds to come through, the plan must be implemented by March of next year. Bob Moon of Marketplace talks with Madeleine Brand about which cities are in the running to receive funding.