What states have the most tolls? And how is the money divvied up? A recent infographic offers a glimpse into questions regarding tolls in the U.S.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has signed the second of two bills that limit the state’s ability to toll existing lanes.
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If passed, a Pennsylvania bill could set up the potential for road and bridge projects to be funded and built by private entities.
Through Jan. 4 large trucks will be assessed the same tolls as cars on Texas 130 and Texas 45 Southeast.
Virginia will be one of only three states in the federal pilot program with authority to toll Interstate facilities.
State anticipates a new Route 460 between Petersburg and Suffolk.
Tolls on most Pennsylvania toll roads will increase 3 percent for E-ZPass customers and 10 percent for cash payers.
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