By Edith Honan NEW YORK, May 24 (Reuters) - New Yorkers may hate the city's traffic but not enough to back a proposal by Mayor Michael Bloomberg to impose a toll on drivers in midtown Manhattan, according to poll released on Thursday. Just 37 percent support congestion pricing, part of the mayor's plan to cut city carbon emissions by one-third by 2030, the Quinnipiac University survey said. Under congestion pricing, an $8 toll would be levied on each vehicle entering parts of Manhattan ...
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