Tolls are on the table in Connecticut this year, but are by no means a done deal. In this special report — featuring a toll calculator and your responses to our CuriousCT poll — we dig into four proposals and how each could impact your bottom line.
Though stressing the need for transportation infrastructure improvements, several raised concerns over the governor's latest tolling proposal, including the potential clogging of local roads.
The 10-year, nearly $18 billion FASTR CT initiative from the minority party in the state Senate comes a day after Lamont pitched his 10-year, $21.3 billion CT2030 plan to Senate Democrats.
The exact placement of the tolling gantries is unclear — though one of them is effectively in New York, thanks to an oddity of the interstate highway system.
It's a new approach Lamont hopes will finally lead to a compromise with Democrats and Republicans in the Democratic-controlled General Assembly on transportation.
Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont says he's meeting privately with legislative leaders all week to discuss his preliminary transportation plan.
Local Republican lawmakers say they are open to Gov. Ned Lamont's proposal to use low-interest federal loans to partly fund a 10-year, $18 billion transportation plan he intends to unveil soon.
A new analysis shows the bulk of Connecticut's legislative districts would be affected by a contentious proposal to install electronic tolls on three interstates and one highway.
Gov. Ned Lamont is making a final push to salvage tolls this year and its success could hinge on the limit he and lawmakers set on Connecticut's credit card.
Rhode Island's governor has signed legislation aimed at cracking down on people who repeatedly fail to pay their bridge tolls.
Local state representatives shared their thoughts on tolls, the minimum wage increase and more at an end-of-session forum at the Groton Senior Center on Wednesday evening.
Rhode Island's legislature has passed legislation aimed at cracking down on bridge toll violators and evaders.
The administration of Gov. Ned Lamont re-launched its campaign for highway tolls in a private two-pronged pitch to wary legislative leaders Wednesday.
Gov. Ned Lamont is expected to meet privately in the coming days with Connecticut legislative leaders to discuss a possible special session on transportation funding, most notably electronic tolls.
Connecticut lawmakers began the new legislative session in January with a weighty to-do list. With adjournment just days away, some of the key items on that list remain unfinished.
Gov. Ned Lamont on Tuesday called on Connecticut lawmakers to focus on reaching a state budget deal in the remaining two weeks of the legislative session and tackle electronic tolls in a special legislative session.
Connecticut lawmakers and Gov. Ned Lamont are trying to craft a complicated plan in the waning days of the legislative session that could lead to electronic tolls on a handful of highways, a process that's been made more challenging by the need to ultimately obtain federal approval.
Protesters have gathered outside the state Capitol to rally against a proposal to put electronic tolls on the state's highways.
Gov. Ned Lamont simultaneously delivered an apology and pep talk to the House Democratic caucus Wednesday night, acknowledging that his highway tolling proposal had put fellow Democrats “in a pickle,” while defending the plan as necessary.
Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont says he and leaders of the General Assembly's Transportation Committee have crafted a tolling bill that's "ready to go" and lawmakers can't "put it off any longer."
Gov. Ned Lamont is trying to rally Connecticut lawmakers to support electronic tolls, acknowledging it's a "tough vote" for the General Assembly.
The worst toll evader in Pennsylvania is being ordered to pay up.
A senior adviser to the governor offered a different interpretation than the firm that conducted the poll.
Out-of-staters sought by tourism operators could decide to go elsewhere.