Report: Tolls could follow ‘congestion pricing’ system

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — We are now getting a look at how tolls would be done in the state.

According to the Hartford Courant (http://cour.at/2DXNs5a), officials are looking at a congestion pricing system.

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That would charge drivers more during rush hours and less at off-peak times.

The state could bring in as much as $750 million each year in toll revenue by using this system.

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Transportation Commissioner James Redeker says it would involve tolling every interstate and limited access highway, along with some other state roads.

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