Friday, March 5, 2010

Tolls on 93, where have you heard that before?

From the Herald:

New Hampshire is poised to set up one toll station in NH, to snag the 46,000 NH residents who travel rte 93 daily. Deval has promised not to retaliate with tolls of his own. But as we all know, tolls on Rte 93 and Rte 3 must be done if we ever think in our grandchildrens life time, to pay off the big dig dept. And won't we look like dopes if NH does it, and we don't.

2 Comments:

At March 8, 2010 at 5:37 PM , Blogger Rich said...

If the state got a dime for every time we have heard the arguments for and against Tolls on 93, it would solve our budget crisis. If NH starts charging us to go there, then I say we reciprocate and charge them for coming here. I think we would make out better on our end than they will on there end. Hey, in these times, you have to consider all options for bringing in revenue, right? Why not make it come out of some other states pockets instead of out of our own?

 
At March 9, 2010 at 1:21 PM , Blogger Angry in Framingham said...

Isn't this sort of a no brainer? Why wouldn't we charge them a toll if they charge us one?

 

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