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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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Release date- 28082019 - Goethals activation will complete cashless tolling changeover at all Staten Island crossings; all-electronic systems scheduled for George Washington Bridge, Lincoln and Holland tunnels by 2021
The collection of toll on motorways started in November 1997 whereas in July 1999, the federal government had decided to transfer the rights to collect tolls on national highways to NHA so in practical the tolling on highways commenced in 1999.
The toll hike will apply to all Turnpike sections and extensions, including the westbound Delaware River Bridge cashless tolling point in Bucks County, where tolls have not changed since 2016, the release said.
The UK Government, which has said it will not devolve responsibility for the bridges, is to consult on future tolling.
"The report includes a review of 53 toll roads and 28 financial tolling systems in the state, excluding international bridges," department Executive Director James Bass told the committee.
The agency plans to shift all mainline plazas to All Electronic Toll--AET, a no-cash tolling gantry system--along state expressways.
Ever since its first Freeway 1 in the 1970s, Taiwan had been tolling road users manually at about a dozen toll stations sitting across all lanes in both directions.
Tolling policy was approved by National Highway Council (NHC) in 2011 whereby a toll plaza can be established after every 35 to 60 km on National Highways.
For National Highways the tolling commenced in 1999.
One is tolled roads that predate the creation of the Interstates Highway System, which were assimilated into the system and permitted to continue their tolling operations.
It was part of the UK Independence Party national day of action against road tolling across the UK and the deputy leader of UKIP and North West MEP Paul Nuttall was among those at the protest in Wirral.