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Monday, August 08, 2011

Prepare To Pay More In Tolls While Driving In NY, NJ

Driving to New York from New Jersey could become more expensive, as proposed toll increases would raise the cost for using several bridges and tunnels — currently maxing out at $8 — up to $15 during peak hours in September, and as much as $17 in 2014.

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Anonymous said...

Just one more reason to NOT go there!

Anonymous said...

headline should read:
"Prepare to never visit NY, NJ"
Stupid liberals just plain don't get it.

Flerndip said...

I went to New York 2 years ago to pick up a piano I won on Ebay. We drove a van with a single axle trailer. We went on the NJ Turnpike for the quickest way to get there. After 4 hours there and 4 hours back I had spent 75 bucks in tolls and 75 buck in gasoline. Wont be making that trip for a while.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm must be getting their idea from our Maryland Gov.