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TOLLTown of Lee Library (Lee, NH)
TOLLThousand Oaks Little League (California)
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I tolled my bell--how, or how long, I don't know--and ran home to bed as fast as I could touch the ground.
Seidu Mohammed, he said the branch has embarked on massive education on the toll stickers, so that road users could gain knowledge on it.
It gave initial approval to the sale of $36.5 million in bonds to fuel the construction of a toll bridge over the river.
Turnpike Commission OKs 6 percent toll hike for 2018 Toll hikes nothing new, but they add up for driversAnalysis shows Pa.
Regional planners and state officials are also adding managed toll lanes alongside existing highway main lanes throughout the state's urban areas.
Since the flyway has become toll free, the MCD toll booth has been placed barely metres away from the dismantled booths, to collect toll from the commercial vehicles.
Highway section Demir Kapija-Smokvica will soon be open for traffic and have three pay toll stations.
Economy Minister Ken Skates said: "Many individuals who run and own businesses in Wales are concerned at the high cost of the Severn Crossings toll. They feel it represents a barrier to business activity across the bridge."
The toll for cars and motor caravans will rise from PS6.50 to PS6.60, small goods vehicles and small buses will rise from PS13.10 to PS13.20, and heavy goods vehicles and buses will rise by 20p from PS19.60 to PS19.80.
As a single-source vendor, Oldcastle Precast offered a turnkey concrete solution for the AET equipment shelters that house the toll gantry equipment at each reconfigured toll point located between interchanges.
Toll, 62, suffered serious leg and knee injuries when Springfield police officer Charles Conrad forced him to the ground in the parking lot of an auto parts shop in the 2900 block of Main Street on Sept.