With less than a week left in the legislative session, Governor Lamont is not giving up on tolls, and it looks like his plan is still pretty unpopular.
A new Sacred Heart poll shows almost 60 percent of Connecticut residents don’t want tolls.
On top of that, 51 percent of people who support tolls only say they’re okay with it as long as the money goes into a “Transportation lockbox” or a fund set aside strictly for repairing infrastructure.
Lawmakers say it’s highly unlikely tolls will go to vote before the end of the session.
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