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Sen. Schumer Urges NY Have 'Seat At The Table' In Conn. Toll Planning Process

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A possible toll on I-95 at the New York/Connecticut border has some concerned it could send traffic through suburban neighborhoods, causing traffic, safety and environmental concerns. 268 more words

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Updated Downtown Tunnel closure schedule

PORTSMOUTH, Va., (WAVY) – Elizabeth River Tunnels and The Virginia Department of Transportation have updated their work schedule for the Downtown Tunnel this week, March 30 – April 4, 2015. 63 more words

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MoPac toll lanes won't be operational until December

AUSTIN (KXAN) — The projected opening date for the MoPac Improvement Project has been pushed back to the end of the year due to some construction setbacks, according to project spokesman Steve Pustelnyk. 77 more words

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MTA’s Hiking Again

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is going to be raising fares and tolls for subways, buses, railroads, bridges, tunnels, and everything and anything else under their control. 417 more words

No TOLL for the Soul

Cater to no one                                Believe in self                                     Grow and go on                                      To the wealth that hides itself             On and so on                                       Until you know none                              Of the burdens that cast demons        To your inner light                              Fight for the flight                                   To uplift your soul                               Vast beyond the reach of heaven.   71 more words

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Transportation headlines, Tuesday, March 24

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Lawmakers want to reduce Texas' reliance on toll roads

AUSTIN (KXAN) —  Nobody likes paying tolls, but for some, they are a way to avoid traffic and get around town a little faster.  However, with more than $1 billion going toward roads thanks to the passage of Proposition One, some say now is the time to scale back the state’s reliance on tolls. 488 more words

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