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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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Its toll roads, water, energy, port operations and telecommunications provide services to more than 103 million customers, 550,000 households, 103 million vehicles, more than 210 vessels, and connecting millions of people through communications.
A faster and more seamless travel experience can be expected by motorists using the countrys toll roads after the Toll Collection Interoperability Agreement is signed by all concerned stakeholders this month.
Paying off most of the debt Texas has racked up building toll roads would cost about $36.
Some sections of the Bishkek-Osh road are in a disastrous condition, said Deputy Finance Minister of Kyrgyzstan Arzybek Kozhoshev and asked the position of the Ministry of Transport and Communications concerning introduction of toll roads at the public hearings on 2015 draft budget on August 6.
Toll roads have taken greater role in land transport in Indonesia's main islands.
In the first quarter of 2013, in order to increase smoothness, safety and convenience for toll road users, Jasa Marga performed construction repairs by closing holes on the toll roads due to extremely high precipitation.
The ratings are constrained by Road King's position as a small player in the highly volatile and cyclical Chinese property sector, which contributes a larger part to its asset value and operating cash flow than the toll roads business, Fitch said.
With toll roads, the cost of building and maintaining them is borne by the developer who recovers his outlay by levying tolls on the traffic which uses the road.
In 2004, Austin residents heard rumblings of plans for converting local roads, enjoyed by drivers for years as free ones, to toll roads.
But only 55% said they would support the introduction of toll roads in other parts of the country.
If we have more toll roads around big cities the traffic flow would be easier and faster but it may damage more of the countryside and animal homes.