- n. A toll road or toll highway, where a fee is charged in order to travel on it; a turnpike.
- toll + way (Wiktionary)
“As a freshman councilmember, she studied the Trinity River project and saw that the tollway, which is projected to have a speed limit of 55-mph, had morphed into a much larger entity than the four-lane, 35-mph road initially envisioned a decade ago.”
“Mayor Tom Leppert argued in recent months that the tollway is the lynchpin for several billion dollars of related highway-improvement projects, and eliminating it could cause federal authorities to withhold funding for those projects.”
“The tollway is a creature of statute that went into effect in July 1953," Tobin said in a statement.”
“The victims' car, a 1999 Toyota Camry, was found on the side of the northbound lanes of the tollway, which is Interstate Highway 90, near Arlington”
“Frequent tollway user Alex Sidorowych, 56, of Lake Zurich, called tollway privatization a "bad idea.”
“He said the tollway will be a 40-mile extension of the existing S.H. 130, which is open between Georgetown and the Austin airport area.”
“We're running late when I realize I left my tollway transponder and wallet at home.”
“I have been told that using it allows you to avoid the "hoy no circulo" problem but it looks like you access the tollway at the Tula exit off of Highway 57 which means you would have entered the state of Mexico before reaching the tollway and jumping over into Hidalgo state.”
“I have heard a lot of talk about a new tollway called Arco Norte.”
“Federal prosecutors say his actions were taken to collect money, including political contributions, though Mr. Blagojevich said his position on Illinois racetrack and tollway bills was designed to save money for consumers.”
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