Transportation town hall held in Westport on future of tolls

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A transportation town hall was held in Westport Sunday afternoon on the future of tolls.

The meeting, held at Bedford Middle School, featured Gov. Lamont and local state lawmakers.

It comes as a vote on a proposed plan to only toll tractor-trailers on a dozen bridges could be scheduled in the coming weeks or days.

Both the House and Senate think there are enough votes to pass it.

Lamont says the state's biggest problems remains transportation and solving it through tolls will improve the economy long term.

MORE: State tolls vote could happen next week; Sen. Duff confident in ‘yes’ vote 

MORE: Democratic leaders say they have enough votes to pass trucks-only tolls in CT 

 

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