tolls

Rhode Island delays rollout of trucks-only toll plan

Rhode Island officials won’t deliver the state's deliver truck-only tolls until after Christmas, to allow sufficient time for comment on the environmental impact of initiating tolling at the first two of 14 locations where gantries will be built.

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Bestpass adds toll management services, discounts to central Florida expressways

The new partnership with the Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) adds more than 100 miles to the Bestpass toll management network. CFX manages seven named expressways, 64 interchanges and 301 bridges in a four-county area around Orlando.

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Truckers earn win – for now – in Rhode Island tolling battle

Rhode Island DOT has proposed to ban trucks from certain secondary roads that could be used to avoid future trucks-only tolls. Rhode Island's State Traffic Commission voted down the proposal for now, requesting more information from RIDOT.

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Pennsylvania Turnpike tolls set to increase again in 2018

The increase will see the most common toll for a Class 8 truck increase from $23.60 to $25.01 for E-ZPass and from $33.10 to $35.08 for cash.

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First of Rhode Island’s trucks-only tolls coming later this year

A contractor for the state will begin building and installing the toll gantries on the northbound and southbound sides of I-95 near Hopkinton and Richmond, as well as near Exeter.

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PrePass adds Texas tolls to services

In order to take advantage of PrePass for Texas tolls, PrePass Plus users must opt in to the new services and complete an authorization form.

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New tolls coming on I-65 bridges, toll increases on horizon in several states

Beginning Dec. 30, three Ohio River bridges will begin tolling the new I-65 Abraham Lincoln Bridge, the I-65 Kennedy Bridge and the new East End bridge. Several other tolling locations around the country are also increasing tolls for trucks.

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Trucking industry stakeholders voice concerns about Rhode Island’s toll plan

“The trucking industry and related entities – including truck stops and travel centers – will suffer greatly from a discriminatory truck-only toll,” said Chris Maxwell, president of the Rhode Island Trucking Association.

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R.I.’s trucks-only toll plan approved by DOT, truck group vows to continue fight

The tolls will be used to reconstruct or replace 34 bridges. "The trucking industry remains unified and resolute in its fight against this policy," said R.I.'s trucking association. "We will use every resource and tactic available to us to win in the political, legal and commerce arenas."

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Truckers win case against NY Thruway tolls, ATA seeking refunds

A federal judge has ruled New York Thruway tolls are for maintaining the road and cannot be used to subsidize the state canal system. The plaintiffs are seeking refunds for interstate truckers who drove the Thruway since Nov. 14, 2010.

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