State joins Virginia and Missouri to toll interstates under federal pilot program.
The state is seeking to get approval for tolling under a pilot program administered by the Federal Highway Administration.
U.S. Tolling Coalition says Congress should provide flexibility to states to add tolls to their interstate or federal highways.
Bill would increase the number of Interstate facilities that could toll.
Tolls on Baltimore Harbor bridges and tunnels will be increasing the next two years, in some cases doubling.
Virginia will be one of only three states in the federal pilot program with authority to toll Interstate facilities.
The I-95/I-91/Route 34 project consists of rebuilding the interchange to accommodate the new 10-lane Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge.
Not only is longtime Western Express driver Derek Dorsey a great asset to the Nashville, Tenn.-headquartered fleet -- company recruiting director Matt Neal calls him "our go-to guy, great with customers, great with training new ...
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