NY Senate, Assembly take shots at Governor Cuomo’s congestion pricing plan for NYC

The crux of the complaints come from suburban districts — Long Islanders want a guarantee that some revenues from the car-taxing scheme will be directed to the Long Island Railroad, and Hudson Valley reps are looking for tolls paid on the George Washington and Tappan Zee bridges to be credited towards the congestion surcharge at 60th St. in Manhattan.

Each chamber also rejected Cuomo’s proposed reforms for the troubled transportation agency.