Democratic lawmakers were expected to finish drafting the 10 year, $19 billion transportation plan Friday before sending it for a public hearing next week. Rep. Roland Lemar, D-New Haven, who co-chairs the Transportation Committee, said they hope to bring it to a public hearing next week and then for a vote before the 2020 session starts on Feb. 5. “Every other state on the eastern seaboard has a tolling system of some kind,” Lemar said Friday at the Legislative Office Building. “And they are investing money into their roads and bridges, their transit and their buses. Connecticut has not been able to make that same commitment because we haven’t had tolls.” The proposal is expected to include 12 electronic toll gantries on bridges. The toll revenue collected would be used to pay back low-interest loans from the federal government over the next 35 years.