Definition of tollway
: turnpike 1a(1)
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The closures are necessary to provide a work zone that safely accommodates construction, tollway officials said.
Since 2009, the tollway authority has automatically raised toll rates every two years, using a formula to offset the cost of maintenance and debt service.
The agency is repaying $9.5 billion in bonds issued to build its toll roads, and plans to spend $900 million on road widenings and other improvements through 2022, said Kenneth Barr, the tollway authority’s board chairman.
The fire was burning south of the 73 tollway near Via Laguna.
But the centerpiece of any tollway oasis is the expansive wall of windows that overlooks the inbound and outbound traffic charging by on the interstate.
Weather permitting, on Thursday the ramp carrying traffic from westbound I-88 to southbound Farnsworth Avenue is scheduled to close between 5 a.m. and 4 p.m., tollway officials said.
Since the tollway opened in 2015, commute times diminished for the toll lanes and free lanes, according to the Seattle Times, and revenue was triple what Washington State officials expected.
Toll officials have said that the death was the first fatal road rage incident on the tollway system.
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