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tollway

[ˈtəʊlweɪ] N (US) → autopista f de peaje or (Mex) cuota
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Rocco Zucchero, tollway deputy chief of planning, describes it as the best single project to relieve traffic congestion in the Chicago region.
Pangilinan, is selling a portion of its stakes in its hospital and tollway businesses.
Metro Pacific Tollways Corp.-backed Don Muang Tollway Public Co.
SMC, through South Luzon Tollway Corp., will hold today a groundbreaking ceremony for its 66.74-kilometer South Luzon Expressway (SLEx) Toll Road 4, or TR4.
A consortium of the country's biggest universal banks loaned P24.2 billion to build the Cavite Laguna Expressway (CALAEX), a 45-kilometer, four-lane tollway that begins at the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) Mamplasan exit and ends at the toll plaza of Cavitex in Kawit, Cavite.
As almost all information related to a toll road is geographic in nature, incorporating geographic information system (GIS) technology into the business practices of the Illinois Tollway was a critical step towards providing efficient coordination, maintenance and dissemination of the Authority's data.
The Illinois Tollway Oases project is well under way; the first two redesigned Oases opened in mid-July.
When traveling the Illinois Tollway around the Chicago area, you are sure to notice the 75,000 acres of right-of-way covered with grass, trees, flowers, and shrubs.
The tollway board deferred voting on the Knight contract in April, and the vote last week wasn't unanimous as Director and former state Sen.
STAR Tollway Northbound: April 21 (Sunday) to April 22 (a.m.