New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan to charge people driving in a large area of southern Manhattan died in the New York Legislature yesterday.

The program that was intended to generate revenue that would have backed $4.5 billion of bonds to fund mass transit projects for the state's Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The MTA had identified those bonds as a funding source for a $29.55 billion six-year capital plan.

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