Toll prices would be as low as 40 cents to 80 cents on 14 bridges across Connecticut under Gov. Ned Lamont’s revised, $21 billion transportation plan, sources familiar with the proposal said Monday.
Those prices include a 20 percent discount for drivers with a Connecticut-issued E-ZPass. Without the discount, the prices would be 50 cents to $1. Prices would vary depending on the amount of money needed to be raised to finance construction at each location.
Large, heavy trucks would pay between $3.50 and $7 at each electronic gantry. Medium-sized trucks would qualify for a lower rate. The governor is proposing locking in toll prices for a decade.