A vote on truck-only highway tolls has been pushed off until January as legislators and lawyers craft the final details of the bill and plan for a public hearing. Lawmakers have been debating tolls for the entire year without reaching agreement. A previous plan called for tolls on the Merritt Parkway in Norwalk and on Route 9 in Middletown, but those locations have since been dropped. Lamont’s transportation plan, known as CT2030, calls for spending $19.4 billion over 10 years to improve roads, bridges, railroads and airports. House Majority Leader Matt Ritter of Hartford said January is a better time for the tolls debate because lawmakers will be able to have a public hearing and attendance for legislators will be higher than during the week before Christmas when some lawmakers are out of town.