- What's New with Connecticut Tolling? Nothing.
- Opposition Forms to Two Potential Toll 49 Extension Routes
- NY Official Nixes Idea of Suspending Tolls on Thruway's Grand Island Bridges
- These are some of the toll industry developments TRN is following.
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What's New with Connecticut Tolling? Nothing.
Associated Press reports, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont (D) “says there are ‘ongoing quiet conversations’ about tolls, but he has yet to call the General Assembly back for a vote.” The article leads with news (first reported by Republican-American) of a new analysis that shows most of the state’s legislative districts (110 out of 151 House districts and 33 out of 36 Senate districts) would be affected by the current proposal for highway tolling.Connecticut Connecticut Department of Transportation (CDOT)
Opposition Forms to Two Potential Toll 49 Extension Routes
KETK reports, “Talks about the proposed Toll 49 [segment 6 extension] routes continue, as the deadline quickly approaches for the North East Texas Regional Mobility Authority to narrow down route options. While many have spoken against the expansion, residents in New Chapel Hill want to make sure their voices are heard. . . .” They have started a grassroots campaign to dissuade the authority from choosing either the “blue” or “orange” routes identified in the project’s environmental study.North East Texas Regional Mobility Authority (NET RMA) Texas
NY Official Nixes Idea of Suspending Tolls on Thruway's Grand Island Bridges
WGRZ gets New York Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul’s response to a state senator’s call for the thruway authority to suspend Grand Island Bridge tolls until it finds a way to bill Canadian drivers who do not have E-ZPass transponders. Hochul calls the suggestion impractical and points out that many Canadians are already paying tolls because they use E-ZPass. She adds that the state is confident it can find a solution to the international billing issue within a month or two.Canada New York New York State Thruway Authority Ontario Scofflaws
These are some of the toll industry developments TRN is following.
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