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toll road:

see turnpiketurnpike,
road paid for partly or wholly by fees collected from travelers at tollgates. It derives its name from the hinged bar that prevented passage through such a gate until the toll was paid. See also road.
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The units changed lanes, manoeuvred overtakes, and navigated toll gates using Hi-pass, South Korea's wireless expressway payment system.
They executed lane changes and overtaking manoeuvres, and navigated toll gates using a wireless expressway payment system.
Besides, it's being contemplated that the once suspended second toll gate sited at the Chevron axis will soon commence operation, the idea that was suspended by the former Governor, Mr.
Summary: Toll gates are meant to reduce road congestion in the mornings and evenings, an official said.
They executed lane changes and overtaking maneuvers, and navigated toll gates using a wireless expressway payment system.
John Stevens, managing director of Asteco Property Management, also believes any disruption from the new toll gates - at Al Mamzar and Airport Tunnels being the other ones - on Sharjah to be easily contained.
Shyam, a 45-year-old Indian taxi driver, told an undercover XPRESS reporter the toll gate near the Holiday Inn service road in Barsha is "dangerous".
THE photograph in the Yesterdays supplement (October 9) of the former toll gate on Penarth Road shows the head toll collector, a Mr Morgan.
The following calculations are based on the assumption each Salik toll gate has six cars passing it per second, (three going in each direction) :
The person at the toll gate was very fast in accepting money and lifting the barrier - appreciating his service.
Police added that over 150 armed Maoists attacked the toll gate and started firing and hurling bombs killing one of the guards and a truck driver.
Today a last journey is made through a toll gate in Ebchester, County Durham, before it closes, but in what year?