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toll road

noun as in road requiring payment for use

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A private debt collector would go after delinquent toll road users with letters, phone calls and possibly threats to report the debt to credit reports, he said.

To the east, it ended at the river, and to the west it became the Little River Turnpike, a recently completed toll road that connected northern Virginia’s grain and tobacco farms to the port of Alexandria and, by extension, to the Atlantic economy.

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Immigration agents have accessed information from a private database of license-plate readers, which have logged billions of records related to vehicle locations from scanners on tow trucks, toll roads and speed-limit cameras.

Macquarie has been involved in bankruptcies on toll roads in San Diego and Indiana, with the failures attributed to the Great Recession and unrealistic traffic and revenue forecasts.

People are driving less and skipping the toll roads, leaving less money for local projectsThe company has a 75-year concession with Virginia to operate the express lanes and collect toll revenue.

Recently, Surfrider invoked an economic argument against a proposed toll road near Trestles, off the Southern California coast.

Wooton had some kind of permit or authority from the government for building this road and was authorized to make it a toll road.

She turned Bess' head toward the toll road and began to climb the steep three miles to Inspiration Point.

The road was a toll-road, but its general condition was hardly such, as to justify the collection of tolls ordinarily.

It became known as the “Shun” Pike because those who traversed it shunned the toll road.

In 1856 he surveyed and built the toll road across the Siskiyou mountains.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to toll road, such as: interstate, state highway, tollway, and turnpike.

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