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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Until mid-January 2018, the physical development of Pandaan-Malang toll road for the whole joint section has reached 42.
But there are proposals for the construction of a new toll road that will link Yangon to Hanthawaddy.
According to Metro Pacific, its toll road subsidiary Metro Pacific Tollways Corp.
The Department of Transportation (DOTr), led by Secretary Arthur Tugade, and the Toll Regulatory Board (TRB) pursued talks with toll road companies operating 13 expressways in Luzon.
Bill Voss said he is prepared to sue the Texas Department of Transportation over the agency's handling of proposed routes for a toll road that would cut across his land in Grimes County.
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The budget cut put a brake on development program including toll road projects especially fund for land clearing.
As a commitment to continuously increasing service quality, the Company has implemented an e-Toll Card in various toll road links managed by the Company.
A TRIAL giving free travel to lorries on the M6 Toll road has been welcomed by business leaders.
The Spaghetti Toll Road in particular is overpriced, vastly under used and losing money every year.
16 September 2011 - Fitch reiterated on Thursday the long-term foreign currency issuer default rating (IDR) and foreign currency senior unsecured rating of BB- of Chinese toll road operator and property developer Road King Infrastructure Ltd (HKG:1098).
The M6 toll road is just too expensive and the Government urgently needs to review its transport policy, claims the professional services membership organisation, SucceSS.