A commission Thursday passed a congestion pricing plan for New York City’s central business district proposal that would generate an estimated $491 million annually to fund mass transit projects.

The plan, which was chosen from five alternatives and is similar to the one Mayor Michael Bloomberg originally proposed, now heads to the City Council and state Legislature where it faces an uncertain future.

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