- NET RMA Welcomes More Public Input on Proposed Toll 49 Extension
- MDTA Police Mark 30 Years' Participation in Toys for Tots Campaign
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NET RMA Welcomes More Public Input on Proposed Toll 49 Extension
Tyler Morning Telegraph publishes an op-ed by Chris Miller, executive director of the North East Texas Regional Mobility Authority (NET RMA), reminding the public that “there are plenty of upcoming opportunities to weigh in on the process that will determine the final alignment” of the proposed Toll 49 extensions dubbed the East Texas Hourglass. Miller notes, “We recently completed a feasibility study, which is the first step in determining the route location. To those who have voiced concerns regarding route selection, property impacts and safety, your feedback is welcome. Public input is an important element in the process to identify the best possible route.” (Link inserted by TRN.)North East Texas Regional Mobility Authority (NET RMA) Texas
MDTA Police Mark 30 Years' Participation in Toys for Tots Campaign
Maryland Transportation Authority Police will, for the thirtieth consecutive year, participate in the US Marine Corps Reserves’ national Toys for Tots campaign. Between December 10 and December 12, officers will accept donations of new toys from drivers at MDTA bridge and tunnel toll plazas and the Dundalk Marine Terminal. An MDTA news release notes that since 1990, MDTA employees have collected more than 152,000 toys and $120,000 from motorists.Maryland Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA)
These are just some of the toll industry developments TRN is following.
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