Three states join tolling program

Truckers News Staff | April 01, 2012

FYI: TRUCKING NEWS IN BRIEF

The Federal Highway Administration on Feb. 17 named North Carolina as the last of three states to participate in a program with authority to charge tolls on interstates. North Carolina joins Virginia and Missouri as states with federal approval to pursue interstate tolling. North Carolina and Virginia will devise plans for tolling Interstate 95, while Missouri is considering tolls on the entire 250 miles of Interstate 70 within its borders

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