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a fixed amount of money charged for a privilege or service

a loss sustained in the accomplishment of or as the result of something

to give forth or cause to give forth a clear, resonant sound

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a fee levied for the use of roads or bridges (used for maintenance)

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value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something

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the sound of a bell being struck

ring slowly

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charge a fee for using

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Electronic toll collection is a system enabling collection of toll payments electronically allowing for near-nonstop toll collection and traffic monitoring.
50 carpool toll, which is half of the new $5 regular toll (and a $3.
Tolling technology is now being tapped for more than just toll collection.
Assemblywoman Jenny Oropeza, D-Carson, the chairwoman of the Assembly Transportation Committee, said toll roads such as the 91 Freeway in Orange County have been a failure.
But like San Diego's system, Orange County's program operates without toll booths and relies on transponders and credit cards to charge users.
Old-fashioned toll booths actually hinder traffic as drivers queue up to pay toll-takers or toss change into baskets.
Puerto Rico has identified $325 million of roads it wants to develop; the company Dragados y Construcciones has already begun work on a toll bridge linking San Juan and its nearby airport.
Home buyers are invited "behind the walls" of America's luxury home builder during Toll Advantage Days on Saturday, Jan.
All thirty four (34) of the claims related to the data transfers, vehicle identification, activation process of the toll fee tracking device, as well as acceptance or declination of the automatic toll payment service and the interactions between both the toll authority and the fleet or rental agency that were submitted by Rent A Toll were accepted by the US Patent Office.
Toll, chairman and chief executive officer of Toll Brothers, Inc.
Individual motorists would pay a variable toll that would be debited electronically, using FasTrak transponders affixed to a car's windshield, thus eliminating the need and expense of tollbooths and cash transactions.
The turnpike's proactive stance toward planning for and delivering toll increases when needed is also a rating factor, as is the demonstrated ability to manage large capital plans, pace the issuance of debt, and balance it with available net revenues.
16 /PRNewswire/ -- The opening of the new Benicia-Martinez Bridge later this year will mark the Bay Area debut of open-road tolling, which allows vehicles equipped with FasTrak(R) electronic toll tags to bypass the toll booths altogether and cross the span without slowing down.
A report released Tuesday by the Reason Foundation recommended expanding car-pool lanes throughout the county and charging a toll to use them - ``congestion insurance'' - as a way to fund improvements and improve traffic flow.
The bonds were originally underwritten by Citigroup Global Markets Inc and are secured by a net pledge of toll revenue collected at the mainline and ramp toll plazas and by a portion of development impact fees collected in the corridor.