From an article at CBS News, we have this:
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and leaders of the New York State Legislature say they’ve reached a $175.5 billion state budget agreement.
The deal includes congestion pricing, a controversial plan to charge drivers below 60th Street in Manhattan.
A panel of experts will set the surcharges by the end of 2020, but sources tell CBS2 drivers in cars will pay around $11.50 and truck drivers will pay about $25. Possible discounts for some are still being worked out.
End of lesson.