Do Roosevelt Island car owners drive their cars on a frequent basis into Manhattan during rush hour? Will the proposal to change the “border” from 86th Street to 60th Street make any difference?
How would it work if you drive over the bridge and head straight on East 60th Street itself but then make a right hand turn onto one of the avenues heading North would you avoid the charge? This question would apply to anyone coming over the Bridge not just Roosevelt Island drivers. I have not seen the answer on any of the site and articles so far.
Conceivably some residents do drive their cars into Manhattan during the rush and business hours. Is it a high percentage? Very unlikely. One of the reasons residents live here is to take advantage of the mass transit we have and the proximity to Manhattan. But I am sure somebody on the Island worries about these issues.