Brooklynites fume over congestion pricing delay: ‘Kathy Hochul has betrayed us’

The angry fallout over Gov. Kathy Hochul’s last-minute move to indefinitely delay congestion pricing continued in Brooklyn on Sunday, as a coalition of fuming bus and subway riders protested and vented against the controversial decision.

Organized by the Riders Alliance, the protesters gathered outside Broadway Junction station, hoisting picket signs taking Hochul to task for, as many protesters described it, betraying the city and its transit riders for pulling the plug on the Manhattan toll plan that would have provided a billion-dollar annual funding stream for MTA improvements.