California Gov. Gavin Newsom has vetoed a bill that would have charged motorists $5 to $10 to access Lombard Street in San Francisco. The bill was proposed as a reservation-and-fee system to help the Russian Hill neighborhood better control the 1 million cars and 2 million tourists per year who visit the winding street.
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Cashless FASTag toll payments processed for National Highways Authority of India roads in New Delhi in September nearly doubled to 34% of such transactions compared with November, according to the National Payments Corporation of India. The radio frequency identification stickers for payments were instituted in December 2016 to lessen congestion at toll booths.
The cost to travel the 41-mile stretch of Texas State Highway 130 from Mustang Ridge to Seguin will rise on Nov. 11. The first toll increase in four years will raise the toll by nine cents for a standard car, which would be charged about $7.48, and by 36 cents for an 18-wheeler, which would be charged about $29.87.
Tolls on the new Abu Dhabi Traffic Toll Gate System, in the United Arab Emirates, are now scheduled to take effect Jan. 1, according to the Abu Dhabi Department of Transportation. The department also said that toll exemptions will be provided for groups including retirees and low-income earners.
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is seeking industry and public input on allowing camera monitoring systems to replace rear- and side-view mirrors in cars. The agency has been studying the issue for more than ten years, and its findings haven't been purely positive for the cameras.
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Connecticut -- even with modest tolling under Gov. Ned Lamont's proposed 10-year, $18 billion transportation plan -- still faces a $600 million gap in highway and transit spending, columnist Dan Haar writes. The way to effectively address that gap is through full highway tolling, Haar writes.
The UK House of Commons' Transport Select Committee is considering a national road toll to compensate for the expected loss of about $50 billion in funding currently obtained through fuel duty and vehicle excise duty taxes. The proposal emerges as drivers increasingly shift to zero- and low-emissions vehicles.
New state and local political officials are fostering an optimistic outlook for a proposed $3 billion-plus project to ease congestion on the Interstate 5 bridge crossing the Columbia River between Portland, Ore., and Vancouver, Wash. The project, which has failed previously, is aimed at addressing what the American Transportation Research Institute has deemed the 29th-biggest truck bottleneck in the US.
The proposed expansion of Interstate 270 with new toll lanes in the Washington, D.C., suburbs of Maryland could worsen traffic congestion if the Capital Beltway isn't widened first, toll lane supporters say.
IBTTA's Global Summit is in Lisbon from Oct. 27 to 29. Our host, Brisa, will begin the Summit with a technical tour of their Operational Centre. Then you will have the opportunity to learn about the Portuguese mobility infrastructure challenge, and hear from tolling experts from Europe and across the globe as they share their knowledge and expertise on tolling improvements and reconstruction as well as flagship initiatives on cooperative, connected and automated mobility, incident and safety management, and much more. Check out the latest program, and learn more about Lisbon.