Stamford is the latest Connecticut municipality to pass a resolution opposing any electronic tolls.
State lawmakers are holding a press conference to discuss the idea of electronic tolls Monday morning.
Debate and an up or down vote on moving forward with electronic highway tolls in Connecticut is now expected on Wednesday in the Connecticut House of Representatives.
State lawmakers are holding a meeting to discuss the controversial topic of electronic tolls.
Ask and you shall receive.
The chairman of the legislature’s Transportation Committee is announcing that his committee is going to “hit hard” on a proposal to establish electronic tolls in Connecticut to pay for transportation improvements.
A meeting was held in Milford on Saturday for both residents and lawmakers to weigh in on a proposal to implement electronic highway tolls in Connecticut.
It looks like for now lawmakers have hit the brakes on a plan to bring highway tolls back to Connecticut. There was no vote on tolls in the House today and a vote this legislative session is now unlikely.
A new analysis shows the bulk of Connecticut’s legislative districts would be affected by a contentious proposal to install electronic tolls on three interstates and one highway.
Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy is expected to officially throw his support behind bringing electric tolling to Connecticut, and jacking up the gas tax. He is expected to make that announcement on Wednesday.