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Do you have any Toll areas in your area?  How much per toll?

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      UK Girl wrote Jun 19, 2009
    • We have a toll but it's called a congestion charge and we are forced to pay $8 a day to drive into central London but the radius is very wide so I live about 110 yards on the edge so for me to go anywhere costs $8 a day ...... it has made no difference on congestion and the money was supposed to be used to improve the public transport system which is a joke as apparently it costs so much to run it will never be able to do that – its just a tax on cars and people – hate it




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      Kandykahne 5 wrote Jun 19, 2009
    • We live in a rural area so we don’t hit tolls until we get on the main highways like if we were going to Boston.




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      Marya1961 wrote Jun 19, 2009
    • Yes..there are tolls in eastern PA and they range from $2.00 on the Tacony Bridge and $3.00 on the Walt Whitman Bridge and on the PA Turnpike it varies at each exit....Geri, does your mother-in-law live in Buffalo, NY by any chance?




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      Sandils1962 wrote Jun 19, 2009
    • No tolls that I know of.




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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Jun 19, 2009
    • Utah: Ogden’s I-84 toll connector

      The government of Utah has given its approval, and some aid, to the first toll road in the state this century. The I-84 connector will be one of the world’s shortest toll roads (3-lanes and less than 2km), and one of the steepest (8% grade).

      I think it is $0.25.  Not sure for I don’t use it.




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      Carolnphil wrote Jun 19, 2009
    • Pennsylvania Turnpike.  We get on at the Donegal interchange and take it in to Pittsburgh at a cost of $2.25 one way which is approx 55 miles.

      Sometimes when I go to work, I get on at Donegal and get off at New Stanton, which is 20 miles and its about a dollar, then I get on the Hutchinson bypass (part of the turnpike) and drive about six miles which costs another dollar.




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