[T]he San Francisco County Transportation Authority soon will receive $1.04 million from the Federal Highway Administration — and add $260,000 in local funding — to study how to implement a program similar to London’s 3-year-old system of charging a flat fee to drive downtown during business hours. That’s $1.3 million to figure out how to collect millions from drivers willing to pay the freight to give a financial boost to public transit systems and perhaps curb traffic congestion. And that’s how, not if.
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