toll road

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toll road

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tollway

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a road for which a toll is levied on people who want to travel on it
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Noun1.toll road - an expressway on which tolls are collectedtoll road - an expressway on which tolls are collected
expressway, freeway, motorway, pike, state highway, superhighway, throughway, thruway - a broad highway designed for high-speed traffic
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Why, he must pay toll for his entrance," explained the latter.
BRINGING the pathetic condition of the country's several national highways into focus, the Supreme Court on Thursday questioned the need for public to pay toll tax if the roads are bad.
Though the state government's decision will come as a major relief to vehicle owners and users outside Mumbai, the commuters travelling in and out of the Mumbai city from five entry points and those using the Mumbai Pune Expressway will continue to pay toll tax until such time that a high-level official committee -- headed by Additional Chief Secretary (Public Works) -- makes its recommendation to the state government whether or not to levy the tax.
In November, an agreement was signed with the Turkish company Aselsan which will establish a new electronic pay toll system.
The project will ensure a fast flow of vehicles at toll booths and will eliminate the human factor as a result of which avoiding having to pay toll will no longer be possible.
Protesters refused to pay toll, claiming that roads were poorly constructed.
He said that local residents have to pay toll tax when they are travelling within these areas of the city.
In exchange for financing the project, Denmark will have ownership of the tunnel and receive pay toll income.
A council spokesperson said: "We'll collect the rubbish but we're looking for a location to bring it to from the northside, so that we won't have to pay toll charges bringing it to the southside.
After pay toll (25 cents) turn left onto Spring Hill Road
Vehicles take a long time passing through them as they decelerate, stop to pay toll and accelerate away.
However, faulty calculation of estimated number of vehicles that would use the stretch ended up in a big nightmare for motorists as they had to wait in queues stretching up to 2km, waste nearly half an hour to pay toll to use the road after it became operational in 2009.