Today's front-page story in the San Francisco Chronicle highlights a number of hefty “congestion pricing” fees drivers may soon have to shell out for the privilege of driving into the city, or even between certain neighborhoods.
Put the emphasis on “may.” The Chron did note that “The plan may need voters' support” — and this may end up being the real story. While the paper doesn't mention Proposition 26, the just-passed measure could very well kill congestion pricing — and any number of fees local governments use to balance the books. “I am very concerned about Prop. 26,” Supervisor Sean Elsbernd told SF Weekly.