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Monday, November 19, 2007

Pa. puts a heavy stake on I-80 tolls

Good summary of the I-80 tolling situation and the concerns regarding federal approval - including noting that mass transit would get $150 million less if I-80 is not tolled - from the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Also check out this Tribune-Review editorial on I-80 tolling.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ed Rendell has always been perceived in rural Pennsylvania as a "pro-urban" governor. Placing tolls on I-80, which serves as a major east-west artery in rural PA, lends some credence to that perception. It is feared that rural money will be funneled to the Gov's constituency in Pittsburgh and Philly. If I am so "affluent," why do I feel so screwed by Dems redistributing my earnings so enthusiastically and with a never-quenched appetite for more?
-Feelin' "PO" in PA