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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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This is a very important step for Rent A Toll in securing its place as the technology leader in the tolling services industry," stated Rick Welch, President & CEO of Rent A Toll, Ltd which operates Pass24(R) Pre-paid Tolling Services for Dollar Rent A Car and Thrifty Car Rental as well as Sunshine Rent A Car.
Technology has made tolling more appealing to voters and elected officials, making the bottlenecks that occur at traditional stop-and-pay tollbooths virtually a thing of the past.
The IRSRRA '98 Committee Report discusses medically deterruinable "physical impairment" as a threshold requirement for tolling, but does not include a definition.
1 million project will remove eight toll booths on left side of the 17-lane toll plaza and replace them with two express open-road tolling lanes for FasTrak(R)-equipped vehicles and one dedicated high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane.
TransCore's extensive global experience with tolling systems includes more than 6,200 installed electronic toll collection lanes worldwide and 22 customer service centers.
Five new toll booths are being added at the main toll plaza to handle increased volume and, within a year, electronic tolling will be incorporated, further facilitating greater usage of the roadway.
When in full operation, WSDOT will deploy three high-speed open-road tolling (ORT) lanes as well as six additional manual lanes, allowing motorists to pay using cash, credit card or wireless tag payment.
Blagojevich and Illinois Tollway officials met a significant congestion-relief goal as it completed Phase I of its Open Road Tolling Program as they unveiled the ninth mainline toll plaza to offer Open Road Tolling (ORT) in 2005.
The facility will serve as the primary customer service and technical support for electronic tolling operations in Virginia.
As with all turnpikes, there is some political risk to toll rate increases, as well as to tolling status of certain existing or planned toll plazas.
In Houston and Dallas interoperability between tolling systems has been available since November of 2003, allowing nearly two million TollTag and EZTag users the convenience of wireless payment on four major toll roads in both cities.
Electronic tolling based on satellite technology is good news for both motorists and traffic managers.