Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday launched a new advisory panel that’s charged with developing proposals to alleviate congestion on New York City’s roads and highways amid his stated push for a congestion pricing plan next year.

The panel includes a broad range of people, including former Gov. David Paterson, Partnership for NYC President Kathy Wylde and Bill Rudin, the chairman of the Association for a Better New York, a real-estate consortium.

Suburban elected officials — including Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano — were also tapped for the committee.

At the same time, Cuomo’s office said Comptroller Tom DiNapoli, a Democrat who has differed with the governor over the last decade, will work with the panel and the HNTB Corp. to review cost savings.

“New York City is home to some of the most gridlocked streets in the nation and with this new advisory panel, we take a major step forward in coming up with a real solution to tackle the issue of congestion while helping to fund mass transit moving forward,” Cuomo said. “I look forward to hearing the panel’s proposals to help bring relief to millions of New Yorkers and visitors who drive on our streets and rely on mass transit every day.”

Mayor Bill de Blasio, who is not on the task force, has been skeptical of the push to revive the congestion pricing proposal, which would set fees for using certain Manhattan bridges and other points during the day in order to alleviate traffic.