Yankee Institute Policy Director Scott Shepard on Tolls

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What we’ve got is a toll bill that we’ve been promised is going to do various things but it goes through no matter what.

Yankee Institute Policy Director Scott Shepard

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  1. Richard Ross

    May 21, 2019 10:43 pm

    Has anyone addressed the DMV problem that will affect the toll system. It came out years ago that DMV issued the same number plates multiple times but under the different vanity headings. There was a big problem with NYC issuing parking tickets because they didn’t record which vanity category. Will the cameras be able to tell which vanity category? Also DMV’s system is so screwed up that they have my van in the wrong category and it gave the State Police a headache several years ago. Fortunately, the Trooper had run into the problem before and I had my receipt. These problems alone should delay a vote until the DMV problems can be resolved(an infinite delay).

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