Shoddy Roads Cost State Motorists $6.1B A Year: ReportA new report from a Washington DC-based transportation group finds that rough and congested roads that often lack modern safety features cost Connecticut motorists $6.1 billion a year.
Republicans Question Whether Tolls Will Generate Any RevenueRepublican senators are raising concerns about proposed highway tolls, saying there's no evidence they will generate revenue for Connecticut's transportation needs.
House Speaker Says Tolls Could Return in 2018A bill has cleared committee,but it is not clear whether the house and senate will authorize highway tolls
Committee Advances Electronic Tolls BillThe measure was forwarded to the full House of Representatives on a 19-16 vote
Lawmakers Debate TollsAt a public hearing today, state lawmakers debated whether to put automated tolls on Connecticut highways.
Ray Dunaway: Connecticut TollsToni Boucher, co-chair of Connecticut's transportation committee, discusses tolls in the state. Get the latest.
Toll Talk At State CapitolSeveral Connecticut lawmakers are proposing tolls on Connecticut highways.
Mass Pike Goes Cash-Free Friday. What It Means For Connecticut MotoristsCash is no longer king, at least on the Massachusetts Turnpike. Tolls on the highway go all electronic starting Friday, Oct. 28.
Tolling, Higher Taxes Among Transportation Funding IdeasCongestion tolling, a higher sales tax and increasing the state gas tax to the 1990s rate of 39 cents per gallon are among the ideas being recommended to help fund Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed $100 billion transportation overhaul.
Federal Toll Study Looks At ConnecticutThe Federal Highway Administration has approved a study of an electronic toll system in Connecticut.
Return of Tolls A Possibilty
The Toll Debate Goes on