Topics: Tolling/Privatization

Anti-Tolling Coalition Urges Senate Lawmakers to Reject Tolls

The Alliance for Toll-Free Interstates urged Senate lawmakers to reject tolling in any variation or form as a means of funding infrastructure as they develop legislative text for the infrastructure framework announced by the White House and a bipartisan group of Senators. More

Rep. Thompson and Pennsylvania Assembly Host Hearing on PennDOT P3 Major Bridge Tolling Proposal

U.S. Congressman Glenn “GT” Thompson and members of the Pennsylvania General Assembly will be hold a hearing this morning in Clarion, Pennsylvania, to examine PennDOT’s P3 Major Bridge Tolling Proposals. More

Anti-Tolling Coalition Opposes Tolling I-205

The Alliance for Toll-Free Interstates, of which NATSO is a founding member urged the Oregon Transportation Commission (OTC) to abandon plans to toll all lanes of I-205 in the Portland metro region with congestion pricing. More

NATSO Members Take Capitol Hill by Storm

NATSO Members Take Capitol Hill by Storm

More than 60 NATSO members spent May 14– 16 in Washington, D.C. as part of the industry's annual advocacy event. More

Pride Travel Centers CEO Urges Connecticut Lawmakers to Reject Tolls

Pride Travel Centers CEO Urges Connecticut Lawmakers to Reject Tolls

NATSO Board Member Robert Bolduc, CEO of Pride Travel Centers, urged Connecticut lawmakers to reject tolls in the upcoming special session stating that tolls have very real, negative economic consequences for both businesses and residents. More

Wall Street Journal Publishes Anti-Tolling Coalition Letter

Tolling existing interstates represents a veiled supply-chain tax that makes businesses less competitive and drives up the cost of living wherever they are located, the Alliance for Toll-Free Interstates (ATFI) said in a recent letter to the editor published in the Wall Street Journal. More

ATA Appeals Dismissal of Challenge to Unconstitutional Truck Toll Program

The American Trucking Associations along with three motor carriers representing the industry on March 28 appealed the recent decision by the federal district court in Rhode Island to dismiss their challenge to Rhode Island’s RhodeWorks truck-only toll scheme, on procedural grounds. More

VA. General Assembly Tables I-81 Tolls This Session

Efforts to toll Interstate 81 in Virginia appear to have been put on hold this legislative session after the Virginia Senate Finance Committee adopted a substitute measure that establishes the Interstate 81 Corridor Improvement Fund but does not identify any funding options for improving Interstate 81. More

Va. Lawmakers Introduce I-81 Tolling Legislation

Va. State Senators Mark Obenshain and Charles Carrico introduced SB 1716 Jan. 16 to authorize the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) to impose tolls on Interstate 81 and deposit the revenues into an Interstate 81 Corridor Improvement Fund. More

Anti-tolling Coalition Pushes Back Against Va. Plans to Toll I-81

Va. Gov. Ralph Northam on Jan. 8 announced plans to place tolls on existing lanes along Interstate 81 to fund $2.2 billion in improvements to the western Virginia highway. More

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