- Georgia DOT Schedules Public Meetings on I-285 Top End Express Project
- Connecticut Toll Advocates Rally at State Capitol
- These are just some of the toll industry developments TRN is following.
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Georgia DOT Schedules Public Meetings on I-285 Top End Express Project
Reporter Newspapers covers the Georgia Department of Transportation’s announcement that it will hold a series of January open houses on its I-285 Top End express lanes project, which is not scheduled to get underway until 2023 at the earliest. The meetings will take place in several suburban Atlanta venues.Atlanta (GA) Metro Region Express Lanes Georgia Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT)
Connecticut Toll Advocates Rally at State Capitol
Connecticut Post reports, “After months of anti-toll protests and objections to various iterations of Gov. Ned Lamont’s transportation proposal, a group of ‘pro-toll’ advocates showed up [yesterday] at the state Capitol to lend the governor some support. The group of about 20 people, mostly from Fairfield County, gathered outside the Legislative Office Building meeting room to greet Lamont before his post-Bond Commission press conference.”
WFSB also covers this story.
Republican American notes that some Connecticut municipalities are undergoing “financial strain” because they have not yet received state grants they use to pay for snow removal. The newspaper attributes the delay to Governor Ned Lamont’s decision to postpone the issuance of state transportation bonds pending legislative review of his controversial infrastructure funding plan.Connecticut Connecticut Department of Transportation (CDOT)
These are just some of the toll industry developments TRN is following.
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