HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut lawmakers are considering a number of bills that would reinstitute highway tolls. The General Assembly’s Transportation Committee has scheduled a public hearing on Monday to hear testimony on various proposals […]
Temporary tolls would be sued to complete the highway
The Connecticut Department of Transportation will soon be asking motorists about their travel patterns near Route 11, the unfinished state highway that abruptly stops in Salem.
The State House voted early Thursday morning to authorize the state’s transportation department to allow temporary tolls on Route 11 in southeastern Connecticut.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says his administration is pushing ahead with more studies of Route 11, the southeastern Connecticut highway that has remained unfinished for three decades.
A legislative committee has approved a bill that would resurrect highway tolls in Connecticut, but only to complete Route 11 in southeastern Connecticut.