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  • Midtown and Downtown tunnel operator looks to sell its state contract to highest bidder

    Pilotonline.com - July 5, 2020 - The company that manages the Midtown and Downtown tolled tunnels, Elizabeth River Crossings, is looking to sell itself to an interested bidder.

    008棋牌游戏平台Commuters who have long loathed the tolls that have affected Portsmouth in particular, shouldn’t expect change anytime soon. The lucrative contract ERC secured years ago would be transferred to the buyer. Only if the buyer felt the need or desire to negotiate the terms with the state would it do so. Still, at least one local lawmaker is optimistic.

  • Less driving means less income from tolls, which jeopardizes local projects

    LMTonline - July 4, 2020 - Add another victim to the list of industries hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic: toll road operators.

    The industry's losses, which by estimates will exceed $9 billion nationwide, are prompting public and private toll operators to tap their reserves, delay capital projects and cut jobs.

    No one likes to pay tolls, and that might lead one to ask why they should care that the industry is taking a huge hit. Toll revenue is used to pay for transportation infrastructure, and the steep losses mean local transit and road projects are being put on hold.

  • Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission Selects Conduent Transportation to Modernize Tolling Lanes for Improved Motorist Experience and Convenience

    Globenewswire.com - July 1, 2020 - Conduent Transportation, a unit of business process services and solutions company Conduent Incorporated (Nasdaq: CNDT), today announced it has been selected by the Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission to modernize and maintain the Ohio Turnpike’s toll collection system along the 241-mile interstate. The Ohio Turnpike, one of the longest running toll roads in the United States, spans the northern part of the state, connecting the Indiana and Pennsylvania borders and serving approximately 53 million vehicles a year.

  • Ohio Turnpike not planning for all-electronic tolling because not enough use E-Z Pass

    Cleveland.com - June 26, 2020 - Unlike the neighboring Pennsylvania Turnpike, which recently switched to all electronic toll collections in part because of concerns about the coronavirus, the Ohio Turnpike has no plans to eliminate the option of paying with cash or credit card.

    Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission spokesman Brian Newbacher told cleveland.com that the agency intends to continue accepting cash for the “foreseeable future, even with our upcoming toll modernization plan.”

  • A $20 toll could reduce Manhattan traffic by 40%, if feds finally approve congestion pricing: Cornell

    AMNY.com - June 25, 2020 - What would a $20 toll for drivers traveling into Manhattan’s Central Business District do for traffic and the environment in New York City?

    008棋牌游戏平台A study from Cornell University found that traffic in Lower Manhattan could be reduced by 40%, greenhouse gas emissions could be reduced by 15%, and ridership on mass transit could bump by 6%.

  • Illinois Tollway slashes late fees on unpaid tolls to $3 from $20

    Chicago Tribune - June 25, 2020 - The Illinois Tollway board on Thursday voted on reforms that will slash the penalty for an unpaid toll to $3 from $20 for passenger cars, and substantially cut existing debts for those with outstanding violations and fines.

    “It’s about improving the customer experience,” Tollway executive director Jose Alvarez said in an interview.

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