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Old July 5th, 2009, 11:59 AM   #341
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Japan is the world third oil consumer? Didn't expect that with all the rail they have... well looks can be deceptive...
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NHAI To Invite Bids For Highway Projs Worth INR605B In Next 6 Mos-Exec
10 July 2009

MUMBAI (Dow Jones)--India's federal government expects to invest INR1 trillion to build 12,000 kilometers of highway this fiscal year through March 2010, Minister of Road Transport and Highways Kamal Nath said Friday.

He said the government will focus on the toll model to build roads and highways.

He added that 60% "of the total road projects will be on toll basis, and the first preference for all road project will be for ones with toll models."
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Old July 10th, 2009, 03:13 PM   #343
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Cash payments ending on east Denver toll road
3 July 2009

AURORA, Colo. (AP) - Friday is the last day to use cash or change on E-470, the toll road that arcs around Denver's east side.

Starting Saturday, the only payment options on the 47-mile road will be the EXpressToll system and license plate tolls.

EXpressToll uses a transponder inside the vehicle to bill the vehicle owner's account. The license plate toll uses a camera to capture a vehicle's tag, and it sends the vehicle owner a bill.

Highway officials say the cash lanes and automatic coin machines will no longer work.

EXpressToll customers will save 10 percent off the tolls, which vary by location along the highway.
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Old July 14th, 2009, 04:30 PM   #344
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Okla. turnpikes' revenue down, higher tolls eyed
12 July 2009

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - With revenue down, the state's toll-road agency will consider raising the cost of traveling on Oklahoma's 10 turnpikes when it meets this week.

If tolls aren't raised, "the maintenance of our system is going to really take a hit," said Jack Damrill, spokesman for the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority.

"We still think we have the best roads in the state, and in order to maintain them, it looks like a toll increase is what needs to happen," Damrill said.

The increase would be the first since 2001. Damrill said the higher tolls are necessary to make up for declining revenue, mostly caused by a continuing slide of commercial truck traffic during the national recession.

The authority will take up the issue when it meets Wednesday.

A decline in truck traffic makes a big dent in turnpike revenue because tractor-trailers and commercial trucks pay a higher rate than passenger vehicles.

Damrill said traffic is up on turnpikes in urban areas -- the John Kilpatrick in Oklahoma City and the Creek in Tulsa -- but increases in revenue from those roads can't compensate for the trucking decline because they are for shorter distances. The Turner, Will Rogers and H.E. Bailey turnpikes are part of Interstate 44, a key trucking corridor.

Revenues are down about 3 percent compared with last year, he said.

If no action is taken, Damrill said, the turnpike agency would face a shortfall of $21 million for this year. The authority budgeted on the basis of a projected $212 million in toll revenue, but it's now estimated that tolls will bring in just under $191 million, he said.
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Life in LA's fast lane to cost between 25 cents and $1.40 per mile, depending on traffic
23 July 2009

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Solo commuters looking for a faster drive through Los Angeles during rush hour will have the option of using toll lanes late next year for a fee.

Members of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority board approved rates, ranging from 25 cents to $1.40 per mile, on Thursday for portions of Interstate 10 and state Highway 110.

The MTA and the California Department of Transportation will convert existing carpool lanes on those two freeways to toll lanes.

Carpoolers won't be charged. Solo drivers will be allowed to use the lanes if they pay the toll, with rates varying depending on traffic levels. When congestion is heavy, the rate will be higher; when demand is low, they'll pay less.

The MTA says the lanes will open December 2010.
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Old July 28th, 2009, 08:19 PM   #346
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$ 1.40 per mile, are they nuts?

If you drive 20 miles on I-10 or I-110, and you want to do this every day, you're out $ 14,000 per year! Who's gonna do that? They can just call these HOV lanes "CEO lanes"...
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They can just call these HOV lanes "CEO lanes"...


Can't agree more.
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I wonder if the $1.40 is for trucks and large vehicles. Anyone from the area can confirm?
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San Miguel offers to take over Philippines toll road project
30 July 2009
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Food and beverage group San Miguel Corp. said Thursday it had bid for a controlling stake in a 312.5 million-dollar toll road project in the northern Philippines.

Listed San Miguel, one of the country's largest firms, said it offered to acquire "initially a 35 percent stake in Private Infrastructure Development Corp., with an option to increase such stake to 51 percent."

It told the Philippine Stock Exchange in a disclosure that it was in talks about terms and conditions with the consortium of construction firms that won the franchise to build the 88-kilometre (55-mile) expressway project.

San Miguel said earlier this month that it sees the north of the main island of Luzon as a "potentially dynamic industrial corridor" and said the project would complement its country-wide distribution network.

In the past year the company has also taken a significant stake in top power retailer Manila Electric Co., oil refiner Petron Corp. and is undertaking a joint venture with Qatar Telecom.
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Old August 2nd, 2009, 06:36 PM   #350
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3 state legislators protest toll increases on West Virginia Turnpike
1 August 2009

GHENT, W.Va. (AP) - Three West Virginia legislators picketed the West Virginia Turnpike to protest an increase in tolls.

Delegates Cliff Moore, Mike Porter and John Shott held signs at the Ghent Toll Plaza on Saturday, the first day of the higher tolls. Moore is a Democrat from McDowell County, and Porter and Shott are Republicans from Mercer County.

The lawmakers have led the outcry over the increase, arguing that it's unfair and unnecessary.

The turnpike's parent agency voted to increase the tolls to raise more money for bond payments, repairs and maintenance. The rates went up on passenger cars from $1.25 to $2 and on large trucks from $4.25 to $6.75.
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W.Va. Turnpike repair work to begin soon
6 August 2009

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - With toll increases in place, the West Virginia Turnpike's governing board is turning its attention to the highway's maintenance and repair.

The West Virginia Parkways, Economic Development and Tourism Authority said Thursday that work will begin soon and through the fall on a variety of projects.

Projects include repairs to the highway's concrete and asphalt pavements, bridges, median barriers and retaining walls.

Parkways Director of Maintenance Ron Hamilton says it will take nearly 10 years to address a backlog of maintenance needs. He says the authority will use revenue from the toll hikes as quickly as possible to improve the 88-mile highway.
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State audit finds faults with Mass. Pike electronic toll inspection system
11 August 2009

BOSTON (AP) - A state audit has determined that tens of thousands of Massachusetts drivers who use electronic transponders to pay tolls have been hit with additional charges because the company that provided the system violated its contract by failing to inspect it.

State Auditor Joseph DeNucci found that Fast Lane provider TransCore failed to inspect transponder equipment over the past two years as mandated in its $11 million-a-year contract.

DeNucci says inspections might have alerted Massachusetts Turnpike Authority officials of problems.

His office found that defective equipment caused 113,940 Fast Lane overcharges last year, totaling $190,441.

Pike Executive Director Jeff Mullan told the Boston Herald the overcharges are a minuscule percentage of the 119 million transactions on the Pike every year. He promised refunds.

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Information from: Boston Herald
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Old August 25th, 2009, 07:50 PM   #353
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Toll lanes planned for I-395/95 put on hold; weak credit market, community concerns cited
18 August 2009

ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) - A project to build high-occupancy/toll lanes on interstates 395 and 95 in northern Virginia is being put off because of funding obstacles and community concerns.

The delay doesn't affect the HOT lanes under construction on the Capital Beltway in Virginia.

Officials are blaming the weak credit market for forcing them to postpone the public-private venture. Virginia Transportation Secretary Pierce Homer says concerns about traffic in the Shirlington area of Arlington County and on Seminary Road in Alexandria also played a role in the decision.

HOT lanes would be free to buses and cars with at least three people. Other vehicles are required to pay a toll that varies depending on traffic. Drivers who don't want to pay can use free lanes, which typically would be more congested.
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Philippines' San Miguel in toll road, power plant deals
27 August 2009
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Diversification efforts by Philippines brewer San Miguel Corp. gathered pace as it acquired a large stake in a toll road project and won a state auction for a power plant, the company said Thursday.

San Miguel unit Rapid Thoroughfares Inc. will take a 35 percent stake in construction consortium Private Infra Dev Corp. which is building a 312.5 million-dollar toll road to the northern Philippines, it said in a statement.

"The agreement is the most recent step in (San Miguel's) strategic transformation to diversify from its core food, beverage and packaging portfolio, and marks its entry into infrastructure and tollways," it added.

San Miguel and the government separately announced that a wholly-owned subsidiary, San Miguel Energy Corp., won the auction for a 620-megawatt combined-cycle power plant located in Limay town near the mouth of Manila Bay.

In a statement the government said it would accept the San Miguel offer of 13.5 million dollars for the power plant.

In the past year the San Miguel group has also taken a significant stake in top power retailer Manila Electric Co., oil refiner Petron Corp. and is undertaking a joint venture with Qatar Telecom.
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WVa Turnpike toll hike boosts discount pass sales
4 September 2009

BECKLEY, W.Va. (AP) - Sales of a discount pass have soared since the West Virginia Turnpike's governing board increased tolls on the 88-mile highway.

General Manager Greg Barr says the Parkways, Economic Development and Tourism Authority has sold 2,500 E-ZPass transponders since the toll increases went into effect Aug. 1.

Barr told the authority's board Thursday that about 10 transponders were sold daily before the toll hikes.

The tolls increased on passenger cars from $1.25 to $2 and on large trucks from $4.25 to $6.75. The E-ZPass cuts the tolls to $1.30 for passenger cars and $5.40 for large trucks.

Barr says the jump in E-ZPass sales won't affect turnpike revenue because 76 percent of the highway's traffic is from out of state.
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$ 1.30 for 88 miles.

Or to put it in European terms:

€ 0.90 for 142 km.

That can't be right...
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here you can get 23 km of A3 from Popovača to Kutina for that amount
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$ 1.30 for 88 miles.

Or to put it in European terms:

€ 0.90 for 142 km.

That can't be right...
I do recall some tolls I've paid were in the range of 25-50 US cents. Bridges would cost a bit more.
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Old September 7th, 2009, 09:47 PM   #359
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$ 1.30 for 88 miles.

Or to put it in European terms:

€ 0.90 for 142 km.

That can't be right...
I also want to have prices like that.

Prices (all in PLN) for different kind of vehicles. This is 50 km long part of this motorway (A4).
http://autostrada-a4.pl/index.php?gid=49

1 USD = 2,8606001 PLN now.

1st toll class' cars must pay 13 PLN for 50 km.
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Texas governor's failed toll roads plan provides ammo to GOP rival seeking his office
8 September 2009

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas Gov. Rick Perry ditched his plan to build a $175 billion network of toll roads that would crisscross the state after it ran into strong opposition, but he hasn't been able to shake the issue altogether.

Perry cast his Trans-Texas Corridor project as a way to relieve Texas' traffic congestion by building highways in a state growing by 1,000 people per day.

But he had to scale down the project considerably after it ran into opposition from farmers and ranchers, who said it threatened their land, and open government advocates, who derided its secret contract with a Spanish company.

Now a fellow Republican, U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchinson, has seized on the road project as she seeks to take his job, saying the project and Perry's transportation policies smack of arrogance.

"It's part of the overall argument -- he's been there too long and look at the things he's failed at," Jim Henson, director of the Texas Politics Project at the University of Texas at Austin, said in describing Hutchison's strategy.

Toll roads and transportation alone may not be enough to turn an election, but Hutchison seems to be using them as a way to raise questions about Perry's competence, Henson said.

Perry, the state's longest-serving leader who is seeking a third full term, faces Hutchison and party activist Debra Medina in the GOP primary in March. Though recent polls have shown Perry with a lead over Hutchison, they also show large numbers of undecided voters, indicating the public isn't fully paying attention yet. The Republican primary winner is expected to be the favorite heading into the fall 2010 general election.

Perry proposed the sweeping toll road and high-speed rail corridor in 2002. The name "Trans-Texas Corridor" is now gone, but two key roads in the project -- one parallel to Interstate 35 and another that is to be Interstate 69 running from northeast Texas to the Rio Grande Valley -- remain in the planning stages.

"We have to continue to move people and the products of companies that call Texas home," said Perry campaign spokesman Mark Miner.

Hutchinson has yet to present her own plan but she says she wants to reform and expand a state transportation commission. Her campaign says she opposes toll roads unless local officials and voters agree to them, and they say she worked in the Senate to halt federally funded toll roads.

"It is time to return to our tradition of free, quality highways and roads," Hutchison said in kicking off her campaign last month. She calls the Trans-Texas Corridor "the biggest land grab in the history of Texas."

An interest group that opposes toll roads, Texans Uniting for Reform and Freedom, is looking closely at candidates from both parties, said its founder and direct, Terri Hall.

"Most of our supporters are well aware that we're in the anybody-but-Perry mode," Hall said. The group has not endorsed anyone in the governor's race, but a Democratic candidate, Hank Gilbert, is active in the group.

In arguing against state-orchestrated toll roads and for private property rights, Hutchison plays up her close ties to the Texas Farm Bureau, which opposes the toll road corridor. She sides with its stance on eminent domain, and pointed that out following Perry's veto of a property rights bill the bureau backed in 2007.

Perry, too, is trying to show he cares deeply about property rights, and earlier this year voiced support for a state constitutional amendment banning the government from taking private property and giving it to a developer to boost the local tax base.

This isn't the first time Perry has defended himself on toll roads in an election. Independent candidate Carole Keeton Strayhorn unsuccessfully ran against Perry in 2006 by attacking his toll road project.

Strayhorn's campaign privately acknowledged at the time the strategy might help win over rural voters, but not the urban voters who are key to victory. And those are voters Hutchison will need in March.

Perry's spokesman equates Hutchison's toll roads complaints with Strayhorn's.

"It's almost identical," Miner said, "and it shows that criticism is not a solution."
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