New York City has proposed a new congestion pricing plan to implement a toll below 60th Street to curb traffic and emissions. Felicia Park-Rogers, director of regional infrastructure projects at the Tri-State Transportation Campaign, joined Closing Bell to break down the proposal and what it means for drivers — and the climate. “It is a wonderful plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, reduce pollution,” Park-Rogers said. “It will improve safety on the streets for pedestrians, bike riders, people with mobility concerns, and it's been a proven successful model in London, Stockholm and other cities.” The plan would impose a toll on drivers in certain areas of Manhattan depending on the time of day.