New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's war with Uber was all for naught. Today, the City Council voted not to limit Uber's surge pricing, which inflates prices during periods of peak demand, the Wall Street Journal reports. Additionally, the city released a long-awaited report (PDF) on Uber's impact on local traffic, which was notable for costing $2 million and taking months to complete. The result? Uber isn't adding to traffic congestion at all. Instead, construction, freight trucks and a larger population seem to be the bigger culprits.