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tollway

[ˈtəʊlweɪ] N (US) → autopista f de peaje or (Mex) cuota
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Tri-State Tollway closures to start Friday afternoon
MANILA, Philippines The tollway arm of Metro Pacific Investments Corp.
Ford mentioned in the press release his proposal was to rename the 270-mile stretch of I-55 from the Tri-State Tollway to East St.
Such streamlining is a critical engineering detail for Illinois Tollway, an agency wise to maintenance costs and traffic disruption attributable to continuous bridge deck openings.
With over 36m sq ft of office space, the area runs along almost 20 miles of the Dallas North Tollway and currently features five new towers under construction with proposals for seven new additional buildings.
A new rule from the State Road and Tollway Authority bans drivers from paying the toll for the person behind them in line.
28 June 2011 - Rating agency CRISIL yesterday reaffirmed the rating on a long-term loan of Indian road projects developer Ashoka Sambalpur Baragarh Tollway Pvt Ltd at BBB-/"stable".
The ambitious plans are to eventually make improvements from Waller to the 610 Loop in Houston, including five lanes in both directions just west of Highway 6, he said, with an eye on representing several different modes of transportation, including passenger rail and a tollway.
Sri Lanka is to build a tollway connecting the nation's capital to the international airport.
Abstract: HNTB has worked with the Illinois Tollway to develop a web-based Right-of-Way Tracking Tool using ESRI's ArcGIS Server.
The Illinois Tollway Oases project is well under way; the first two redesigned Oases opened in mid-July.
Hoffman Estates straddles the Northwest Tollway 31 miles northwest of Chicago.