So lifting the ban on tolls seems appealing.
Canal tolls are still charged in many parts of the world but with wide variations.
The abolition of the Severn tolls is being used to force the Welsh Government to build the M4 Relief Road, a Labour AM has claimed.
The projects are often financed by loans from state-owned banks to companies owned by local governments, which collect tolls to repay the loans.
Official covid death tolls were—and continue to be—inaccurate.
But it still bars them from levying tolls on the unimproved portions of existing roads.
On Old London Bridge, tolls were charged both for traffic over and navigation under the bridge.
A second major issue was the insistence of territorial lords on imposing tolls on city merchandise in transit through their possessions.
One objection to tolls has been that road users are in effect subject to double taxation: gasoline taxes and road tolls.
A bigger problem, says Mario Dib, who manages one of the infrastructure-debt funds set up by the FDN, is that Colombians hate road tolls.
Such official death tolls do not necessarily capture all of the lost, and the real tolls in some other countries may be much higher than they seem.
The military statement did not confirm how many were killed in the attack, but dismissed media reports citing even higher tolls and said the situation was under control.
For those who like to be cost-savvy or who hate the stop-and-go experience of highway tolls, the Waze app for iPhones and Androids offers its drivers a toll avoidance feature.
A woman from Crawley in West Sussex was the originator of a panicky voice note predicting dire - and completely unsubstantiated - death tolls for young and healthy coronavirus sufferers.
The credit covers purchases you'd normally associate with travel, like airfare, hotels, and car rentals — but it also works for expenses like rideshares, buses, trains, tolls, and even parking.
“People were deeply satisfied with the government,” during the peak of New Zealand’s coronavirus response, said Mills (Ardern has won global accolades for her decisions during the crisis, with New Zealand recording one of the world’s lowest death tolls).
., Florida, California and Texas hit all-time daily highs in reported Covid-19 cases, while the Centers for Disease Control predicted six states (Arizona, Arkansas, Hawaii, North Carolina, Utah and Vermont) will see higher death tolls over the next month.
That is a long way off the death tolls reached in April, but BBC medical editor Fergus Walsh said there was concern hospital admissions and eventually deaths would "just keep rising", unless coronavirus cases were brought under control in the north of England.
When I travelled to Key West to visit Hemingway's house, I kept thinking in particular about a line in For Whom the Bell Tolls that compares alcoholism to "a deadly wheel… it is the thing that drunkards and those who are truly mean or cruel ride until they die."
American intelligence and counterterrorism analysts said the group’s increasing economic independence — largely through revenue from commandeered oil fields, border tolls, extortion and granary sales — had allowed it to thrive without links to Qaeda leaders in Pakistan.
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