Congestion pricing won't only hit your wallet - it may also prevent you from finding a parking spot.
Transit officials predict many commuters may scoff at the fee, instead parking near Queens subway stops, taking the train into Manhattan - making drivers' hunt for spaces much more difficult in Forest Hills and Long Island City.
Meetings to study congestion parking
The agency is hosting two Queens workshops next week to consider starting new parking permit programs, adding more muni-meters, raising on-street parking fees and tracking parking availability in potentially affected areas.
The first workshop, in Long Island City, will begin at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Citicorp Building on Court Square. The second will start at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Forest Hills Jewish Center on Queens Blvd.