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Synonyms for toll

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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The new toll levels are confirmed each year by a Parliamentary Order made in December which authorises Severn River Crossing Plc (SRC) to adjust tolls to the revised levels.
The project will replace the 52-year-old toll plaza and office building.
However, as the transportation funding need has become more pressing, proponents of tolls are becoming more vocal by calling for a nationwide expansion of the pilot program, effectively lifting the ban on tolling existing interstates.
Merseytravel said the proposed new toll for car journeys was 10p less than the "authorised" rise under the tolling mechanism, in which tolls should rise in line with inflation.
Swarts led an effort that garnered 20,000 signatures to eliminate the Thruway tolls, including the tolls on Grand Island bridges.
BOSTON -- State transportation officials will eliminate toll plazas and have "all electronic'' tolling in place on the length of the Massachusetts Turnpike sometime in 2017, under plans outlined at a public meeting on the project before state environmental officials Thursday night.
The 27-mile M6 Toll, running roughly parallel to the M6 from Coleshill, Warwickshire, to Cheslyn Hay, Staffordshire, became Britain's first toll motorway when it opened in December 2003.
Detailed figures for 2012 have not yet been published, but parent company Macquarie Group Limited posted a loss of PS86.18million for 2012, stating in its annual report that this reflected "consolidated losses from the M6 Toll" as well as losses elsewhere.
It has never been revealed in Remember When just how many toll bars there were, who operated them, where they were and what happened to them eventually.
If the tunnels were assimilated into the national road network then running costs should be lower, but in any case the MTUA believe that the tunnels should be financed from the pounds 50bn a year that the Government receives from drivers and not from either tolls or council taxes.
has announced a proposal to drastically change its toll system -- possibly from next October -- and has invited users to submit their opinions about the proposed changes.
In 2004, Austin residents heard rumblings of plans for converting local roads, enjoyed by drivers for years as free ones, to toll roads.
Tolling can potentially enhance mobility by reducing congestion and the demand for roads when tolls vary according to congestion to maintain a predetermined level of service.
"Although our costs have risen due to the tolls we have to pay, our savings are in gas and less wear and tear of our vehicles" says Horacio Martino, traffic manager for TransVip, an airport passenger transportation service.
A transport campaigner has launched a website to fight road tolls in the North-East.