Governor Lamont’s ‘trucks only tolls’ plan has divided lawmakers in the capitol. He was hoping the Democrats would support it coming back from holiday break, but they now say it will come only with certain conditions.
The Connecticut trucking industry is firing another shot at Governor Lamont’s ‘trucks only tolls’ proposal. They note that at least two of the bridge projects that are included for tolling are already underway and have already been paid for.
The final draft of Governor Lamont’s trucks-only tolls plan is now in the hands of legislators.
Friday’s hearing could be the only hearing on the toll plan, which is why at least 200 people traveled to the Capitol complex to tell lawmakers how they feel.
The vote on Governor Ned Lamont’s “trucks only” toll legislation has been moved yet again.
Governor Ned Lamont has changed his mind again on his transportation plan. He now said he wants a “trucks only” plan to help rebuild the state’s transportation system.
The Connecticut trucking industry is raising red flags over a ‘trucks only’ tolls plan that Governor Ned Lamont wants state lawmakers to pass as soon as possible.
Governor Ned Lamont says he has been absolutely assured by legislative leaders that his ‘trucks only tolls’ plan will come up for vote next month. He sits down with WTNH Chief Political Correspondent Mark Davis to talk about the road to passing his transportation plan.
The latest idea out of Hartford for highway tolls is the same idea we heard a lot last year. Democrats in the house now floating truck-only tolls.
House Democratic leaders say that tolling cars is off the table and have proposed truck-only tolls at 12 sites across the state.