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toll

(formerly) the right to levy a toll

toll

[tōl]
(communications)
Charge made for a connection beyond an exchange boundary.
Any part of telephone plant, circuits, or services for which toll charges are made.
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The drivers were worried that the stickers are made for only few toll booths across the country, but it would be important to consider other toll booths in other parts.
The 95-cent toll surpasses KDOT staff estimates that had been as low as 50 cents.
According to a release from the commission, the most common toll for a passenger vehicle will increase from $1.30 to $1.38 for E-ZPass customers and from $2.10 to $2.25 for cash customers.
But as the number of toll projects continues to ramp up in the name of easier commutes, Dean is among thousands of Texans feeling anything but relief.
Even though the flyway is eight- laned, the MCD toll booth creates a mess on the road, resulting in traffic snarls.
According to the published audit report for 2015, a total of 34 million euro was collected on pay tolls throughout Macedonia.
MEMBERS of the National Assembly have voted almost unanimously to support the abolition of Severn Bridge tolls when the two crossings become publicly owned.
The toll for small goods vehicles and small buses has also risen by PS7.60, from PS5.60 in 1992 to PS13.20 in 2016.
In tandem with the Newnan contract, Oldcastle Precast's Stone Mountain, Ga., plant provided ConVault above ground fuel storage tanks for several of the FDOT gantry toll shelter sites.
Conrad had handcuffed Toll - who was homeless at the time - a short time earlier, after receiving information from an employee of the shop that Toll was causing a scene in the business and was possibly suicidal.
The project will replace the 52-year-old toll plaza and office building.