Connecticut could be the next state to pursue a trucks-only tolling plan to drum up revenue.
Democrat Ned Lamont, who was elected as the state’s next governor last week, said during his campaign he intends to propose trucks-only tolls in the state to curb what is projected to be a multi-billion-dollar budget deficit by 2021.
However, the state’s trucking association, with backing from the American Trucking Associations, says it intends to fight any trucks-only tolls should Lamont follow through on his campaign promise. Joe Sculley, president of the Motor Transport Association of Connecticut, said tolls on trucks in the state “could
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