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The Federal Highway Administration has given its blessing to New York City’s plan after an environmental review determined a “Finding of No Significant Impact” over a project area that encompasses 28 counties across three states. In what has become an agonizingly drawn-out process — the state legislature approved congestion pricing in 2019, for those keeping track — the MTA has cleared one more hurdle in its quest to charge drivers to enter Manhattan below 60th Street. To say that the agency could really use the plan’s projected $1 billion in annual revenue is an understatement.